Michael Okoh
Apr 10, 2020 ⋅ 3 min read

Setting up a remote Postgres database server on Ubuntu 18.04

Michael Okoh I code, that's all.

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5 Replies to "Setting up a remote Postgres database server on Ubuntu 18.04"

  1. su – postgres ask for password but i have not filled any password during the installation process.
    can you please assist on this issue.
    thnak you

  2. Hi Hariom, I opened another terminal instance with my user and I wrote there “sudo passwd postgresql” command. As it is my user, I could change postgres user password.
    After that I went back to su – posgres terminal and went on from that point.

  3. Nice tutorial! i was struggling in the part to open the port where it kept asking for a postgres password, i just needed to ‘exit’ from there i could run the command

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