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you will find valuable information in pgAdmin III documentation, and to be more precise in the settings page about miscellaneous options. You can check that Guru hints are enabled (unchek the Do not show guru hints; I’m one myself box if it's checked). You'll notice that guru hints won't be available everywhere, but only on some objects in you database, for ...


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I'm assuming that you want to create this extension in another server. I'm guessing that the server didn't get the "postgresql contrib" package installed. This package contains the "standard" extensions that are available from the PostgreSQL source code. I think you need to get the system administrator to install the required package for your OS. For ...


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Just type it into the "Group" field. Besides the listed options you can type a new group name freely. It's a setting of pgAdmin, completely independent of the database itself and not stored in the database. The handling is flexible, but renaming a bunch of "servers" can get tedious. As to your comment: I repeat what I already wrote in my last answer: ...


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Your Windows 7 PC supports IPv6 natively. I'd say your pg_hba.conf is set to require md5 on connections from ::1 but not on 127.0.0.1. This works on your XP machines because they won't connect over IPv6. On Win 7, they'll happily use IPv6 (and PuTTY will happily tunnel IPv6), so they probably appear to have the origin address of ::1. To confirm if this is ...


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In Ubuntu 13.10 pgAdmin stores configuration in user's home directory: /home/<<username>>/.pgadmin3 or shorter ~/.pgadmin3 Note that this file is hidden, so you may need to enable some kind of "Show hidden files" option in your file manager.



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