Subject: idiot (was: more info)
From: Jan Danielsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/10/2006 13:19:10
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Jan Danielsson wrote:
> So somehow it is aware of that it booting up, and then it forces the=
> use of /usr/pkg/pgsql, which doesn't make sence in any way I can see it=
> Anyone know how to fix this?
I'm an idiot. I read the /etc/rc.d/pgsql for two seconds and I
realized how I could fix it. I simply changed the pgsql user's home
directory. On boot, it will use the pgsql user's home directory, if it
is restarted it will use the rc.conf pgsql_home.
The reason I didn't even try was because I know very little about
shell programming. I've tried to understand those startup scripts
before, but only gotten confused.
Next time I'll at least give it a quick look before giving up.
Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure.
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