Maybe using vagrant http://vagrantup.com/
might be a good option if your machine won't cooperate.
On Sat, Sep 15, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Rusty <[address removed]>
I've been struggling with this all day and I think I have finally narrowed it down. Still, no working solution
I installed the Mountain Lion Server app. This uses Postgres database and apparently installs its own version. Unfortunately, it doesn't check to see if you already had postgres installed and crushes your previous installation.
I eventually, completely uninstalled my homebrew psql install and installed the one click installer from postgres. When I launch the pgAdmin that comes with the one click installer, it connects to its own service. Trying to connect through terminal, it does not believe it to be running. Executing "which psql" revealed that it was looking in /Applications/Server.app/Contents/ServerRoot/usr/bin/psql
I was able to add the path to the new plsql install in my (zsh) shell profile but this isn't being picked up by rails. Any thoughts?
Frustrating to say the lease :(
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