We have several cobalt RAQ's here at our shop and I got MySQL loaded from an
RPM provided on cobalts ftp site. Its not the latest version, but it
installs quick and easy. I did have troubles getting the perl DBI to work
though (also installed as RPM from their FTP site) so if you do use this and
get the DBI to work please let me know.
Robert Gash wrote:
> I have seen a few previous discussions about getting MySQL to work
> properly on the Linux mipsel platform (Specifically on the Cobalt RaQ
> devices), and many of the questions regarded ./configure script
> failures. I have fixed my .configure problems that I was initially
> having, but I am now having a problem with mysqld just dumping core
> (segmentation fault) when I run it (3.22.21).
> I am not a C or C++ whiz, so I don't really know what I need to do so I
> can provide more information to this list so perhaps we can get this
> problem fixed (whether it's a system problem or a MySQL bug).
> Has anyone seen/fixed this behavior on the MIPS architecture? OR has
> anyone else had this problem or know of a way I can provide more
> accurate informatinon from the core file it generates? Anything I can
> do to help can be done (even access to the box for you to play w/ MySQL
> on, if you absolutley need it), since I would really like to get this
> working properly on the RaQ machines from Cobalt.
> Here is the skinny on the hardware:
> MIPS R4000/5000 compatible CPU
> 256MB RAM
> 10GB ATA Disk
> GCC 2.7.2 (not .3, but that's another problem, GCC won't compile at all)
> G++ 2.7.2
> glibc 2.0.7 (with the fixed pthreads problems that cause ./configure to
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