On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Trenton D. Adams wrote:
>I wan to get a PostgreSQL server up and going. How do I go about doing
>this? I have never done any SQL stuff before. I am just starting an
>introduction to Oracle, and I want to run the PostgreSQL server on my Linux
>system so I can practice at home.
http://www.postgresql.org/, download, read INSTALL file and follow the
>I have a Windows 98 machine connect through the network to my Linux box. I
>want to be able to access SQL from my windows machine if possible.
Use ODBC for that. The ODBC driver could be found on postgres ftp
mirrors in odbc/latest/ directory.
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