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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay Blanchard" <jay.blanchard@stripped>
Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 3:28 PM
Subject: RE: I KNOW one of you LISTers has experienced this
> I've asked this question once before with no response (and have asked on
> lists), I'll give it one more try before giving in to semi-Gates
> last holdout is the Apache server I'm running):
> Upon installing MySQL as a service, why will it not start for all users?
> my admin account allows the MySQL service to start. I cannot start the
> manually or automatically from any regular ("power user") account.
> MySQL was installed as a service using
> mysqld-nt --install
> with no problems. I've come across a vague reference in the manual for a
> manual installation of MySQL as a service if problems occur, but have no
> if that is the course of action to take since I don't really know why
> a problem. Putting MySQL in the startup items makes no difference. HELP!
> Are you starting MySQL on individual platforms? Are you starting it on a
> server and then attempting to connect to it from another user's computer?
> the latter is the case you do not need to start MySQL, you just need to
> connect to it on the server it resides on.
> I think the lack of answer is due to the vaguery of the question. Maybe we
> can get going the right direction here.
> mysql, query, sql
> "It's hip to snip!"
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