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 Thank you for your PostgreSQL tutorial
Author: Charles 
Date:   30-10-04 23:39

I found your web site thanks to Google. I read your invaluable PostgreSQL tutorial (http://www.freebsddiary.org/postgresql.php) and got my PostgreSQL server up and running in less than half an hour.
Thank you so much, and keep up the good job!

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 Re: Thank you for your PostgreSQL tutorial
Author: Hutcheson 
Date:   17-02-05 02:22

Hi,
I found that this web site is very informative, but let me tell you a minor thing.
Some of pages are way to old (some are 1999, 2000). I know FreeBSD is dynamically changing and the pages in the site should follow latest updated.

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 Re: Thank you for your PostgreSQL tutorial
Author: Dan 
Date:   17-02-05 05:24

Hutcheson wrote:

> Hi,
> I found that this web site is very informative, but let me tell
> you a minor thing.
> Some of pages are way to old (some are 1999, 2000). I know
> FreeBSD is dynamically changing and the pages in the site
> should follow latest updated.

It's right there. On the front page:

"Remember, all articles age with time.
This is a diary, and information is current to the date of posting."

I keep a diary of what I'm doing. I document it so others can do what I do.

If something gets old and is no longer relevent, I attempt to update them if I notice. If you notice, please contribute via the comments.

NOTE: The information is still correct, for the version of FreeBSD used at the time.

--
Webmaster

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 Re: Thank you for your PostgreSQL tutorial
Author: hasseb432 
Date:   21-11-14 12:52

Hello all,

I tinkered with linux for a while and so kind of cut my teeth on it and then i discovered FreeBSD in the last month .. its like a breath of fresh Air!
i read a post on this forum about "Coming Home" to FreeBSD and i whole heartedly agree, i finally found an OS i can taylor to my liking and that doesnt come fully loaded with a load of rubbish that i will never use.



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