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I'm running Lion 10.7.5, and I'm trying to install Postgresql 9.2.4 for use with Django. I have hit countless roadblocks and errors, so I would like to start with a totally clean slate.

I did a brew uninstall postgresql and removed any lingering folders from my attempted 9.2.4 installation. Now, I would like to completely remove the Mac installation psql -V 9.0.10.

What is the best method for doing this? or, is this definitely not recommended?

Note: I do not have a postgresql uninstaller app, so I'm interested in which files I need to manually delete (unless there's a better way of course.)

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I'm not sure it's safe to do that. Personally I'd just leave it shut down and set my PATH and DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH to make sure the more modern version I installed myself was found first. – Craig Ringer Jun 10 '13 at 0:33
    
I'll go with your recommendation for now, considering it's the only response thus far. Thanks for your input. – JohnZ Jun 10 '13 at 13:03

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