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Selecting the Web Services radio button on the Advanced options dialog (Figure 3.26) instructs the PEM server installer to either install PEM-HTTPD on the current host or update an existing PEM-HTTPD installation.
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Modified the pg_hba.conf file on the PEM server database host to allow connections from the PEM-HTTPD host, and restarted the database server.
When you select the Web Services option and click Next, the PEM server installer will check the current host for existing PEM-HTTPD and LanguagePack installations.
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Click Next to instruct the server to instruct the server to install LanguagePack (see Figure 3.28).
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Follow the onscreen instructions of the PEM-HTTPD Setup Wizard. When the wizard completes the installation, click Finish to open the Database Server Installation Details dialog.

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Use the fields on the Database Server Installation Details dialog (see Figure 3.30) to provide connection information for the Postgres installation that is hosting the PEM server installation:
Click Next to continue. Before completing the PEM server installation, the installer will contact the database host. The pg_hba.conf file on the PEM database host must be configured to accept connections from the host of the httpd server and the firewall must allow a connection for the installation to continue. The PEM server installer will complete the PEM server installation, adding only those items that must reside on the host of the PEM-HTTPD server.


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