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accepted .\postgres looses “Log on as a service” after reboot; PostgreSQL service does not start
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comment Windows7 - “The specified network password is not correct.” when the password is in fact correct
See also superuser.com/questions/115337/…
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revised .\postgres looses “Log on as a service” after reboot; PostgreSQL service does not start
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comment Get back the Disk space from Postgresql
I hope you are aware that support for version 8.1 ended November 2010
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comment Ubuntu Server message says packages can be updated, but apt-get does not update any
This did update the three packages, but it did not change the MOTD message which read exactly the same as before ("42 packages can be updated..."). I had to manually reset this message via sudo rm /etc/motd.tail, and now I correctly see "0 packages can be updated".