So, i have postgress installed. i have php compiled with pgsql. Postgress works from php scripts. But for some reason, phpPgAdmin doesnt. WHY? Oh, cmon, we're using cpanel. we all now WHY. edit the file: /usr/local/cpanel/base/3rdparty/phpmyAdmin/config.inc.php change $cfg['ShowPhpInfo'] to TRUE. then go in cpanel, on port 2082, and open phpMyAdmin. Click on PHP Information. Notice the version, and the configure line. Mine shows 4.3.3 now, go into whm, and click phpMyAdmin. Check out PHP Info there. Mine shows 4.3.8 now just create a file in a www root somewhere, and write <?php phpinfo();?> in it and save it, then load it in your favourite browser. Check the PHP version there. Mine shows 4.3.8(but with different config line from the one in WHM). What does this mean? We have 3 PHP setups on our servers. We only have control over one. The one in WHM rebuild sometimes, when cPanel decides to "change" something, but it does so in the background. If you have a busi server, you'll sometimes notice, like i did, that manual updateting cpanel takes a while. Don't reboot. For sure php is compiling in background. This sucks. The cpanel(2082) instalation of php does not update(o i havent's seen it anyway) Bottom line. phpPgAdmin in cpanel doesn't work. Why? Cose someone forgo to ./configure php --with-pgsql. You draw your own conclusions. if anyone knows how to reconfigure cpanel PHP --with-pgsql, i would be very gratefull. i can install phppgadmin in cpanel_skel, and ask the clients to edit the config manualy, but his would be really stupid.