'/etc'directory. Only after doing some source diving into postgres's SysV initialization script did I find where the locations of
That's annoying because the configuration files, are stored in different locations for different distributions. Furthermore default configuration flags are different for distros as well, which I had to spent more time to look for the errors while trying to make sequel work with both distros, so it works whether if I'm using my standalone box or the server.
Also, it turns out that Gentoo has enabled localhost access by default, while RedHat didn't. So to 'fix' RedHat's
'pg_hba.conf'file, and uncomment localhost access to the database:
# IPv4-style local connections:
host all all 127.0.0.1 255.255.255.255 trust
Talk about 'distro fragmentation hell', which is no better than 'DLL hell' that Windows users suffer from!