Do you need hard link for PostgreSQL?
I have set up Apache + MySQL + PHP on my BSD system... Apache it chrooted in /var/www, so the usual way to get PHP to be able to 'talk' to MySQL was to hard link to the MySQL socks file in /var/www/var/mysql or something like that.
I am wondering if I need to do the same for PostgreSQL? Lately I want to try using PostgreSQL from PHP as well.
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