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Old 11-09-2002
Getting MySQL runningg

I want to get mySQL up and running on my web server. It is running OS X Server 10.1. The good news is it include mySQL out of the box. The bad news is it is not in running order. Does anyone know how to "activate" it, fix it or otherwise make it work. Downloading and reinstalling would only be a very last resort. Keep in mind I'm not very good with unixey things (thats why I own a macintosh Smilie ) But please help me out anyway.
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Old 11-09-2002
I recommend going to www.amazon.com and purchasing a good book on MySQL. Getting a good MySQL book will save you lots of time and frustration.
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Old 11-12-2002
Do you just need to know how to start it, or do you want to configure it a little?

Please post back... I have OSX at home - I can't remember exactly how to to start running the service, but configuration is a different issue altogether...
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Old 11-12-2002
I'm at home now, on my Mac machine, and OSX does not appear to come with Mysql... I have a standard 10.2.2 installation with the Developer CD loaded...

I see that there are include files for Mysql, but there is not an installation here... It looks like you will have to install it, or some other database...
 

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