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[Debian-sf-users] Re: Your Sourceforge Debian package

From: Bruce Atherton
Subject: [Debian-sf-users] Re: Your Sourceforge Debian package
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 22:07:50 -0700

At 05:42 PM 8/26/01 +0200, Roland Mas wrote:
  First of all, I apologize for the delay.  I've been busy with real
life these days, and I'm just getting out of it.  You might want to
mail the debian-sf-users mailing-list list at
address@hidden next time, there will
probably be someone around.

Oh, absolutely no need to apologize. I certainly understand the demands that real life can introduce, and I am grateful for any help you (or anyone else) can offer.

And thanks to the pointer to the mailing list, I will subscribe.

  To your question: did you provide a non-empty password when asked by
Debconf?  It just looks like you didn't:
> DBI->connect(dbname=sourceforge;host=;user=sourceforge;password=)
If this does not resolve your problem, do not hesitate to subscribe to
the list and mail there.

My memory is not exactly what one would call exact, or even particularly accurate, but it seems to me that when I was installing both sourceforge and postgres (I assume that is what you mean when you talk of debconf) I wasn't asked for a password at all. Perhaps I had too high a setting at which questions were asked.

Will uninstalling and reinstalling postgres and sourceforge do the trick, this time with questions set to a lower setting?

Thanks again for the help.

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