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Setting up bacula on CentOS 6.3

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Trying to setup Bacula on CentOS per this guide:

http://www.slammens.com/installing-bacula-with-postgresql-on-centos-6-3/

When I try to edit edit /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf per the guide I get permission denied even through I am running he terminal as root.

Not being a Linux person (yet) I can't figure out why.
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I used cd to the directory as root and it worked.
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Found it myself.
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