Am 18.02.2013 10:43, schrieb Christoph Kottke:
> Am 18.02.2013 10:27, schrieb Markus Hoenicka:
>>> Classic does not require this step, but it doesn't work either. I'm
>>> sure that I miss some critical step in the procedure. What about
>>> accounts: do you run your queries from a regular user account? root?
>>> firebird? Also, where do you create databases? What are the
>>> permissions of that directory, and who owns it? Do you use localhost
>>> in the database specifier, do you use any other host information, or
>>> none at all?
> Hi again,
> the server is full funktional, i connect via network with normal user
> accound. the used
> table is public ownership. the directory of the database file must own
> by firebird:firebird
> and have rw pemissions.
> btw. i can setup an testserver for you!
> christoph

some more hits,

if you use xinet.d you must enabled by hand in 
/etc/xinet.d/firebird.conf and restart xinetd.
and new created db can only access by SYSDBA before the are activated...


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