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From:Peter Brawley Date:April 16 2010 7:01pm
Subject:Re: Downloading MySQL
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 > It gives you a form to complete...

You can choose to skip all that.

PB

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Rhino wrote:
> What's the deal with downloads of MySQL?
>
> I've been away from MySQL for a few years and have not really been 
> keeping close tabs on things, although I have kept my mysql mailing 
> list subscription and am aware of a major player planning to purchase 
> MySQL. Did that actually go ahead?
>
> The reason I ask is that I want to download a free copy of MySQL to 
> use for development purposes and found that I couldn't simply download 
> it any more the way I did several years ago. It gives you a form to 
> complete where you have to supply all kinds of contact information and 
> then assures you that someone will be in touch within 48 hours. What 
> the heck is all that about? Is this some sort of "marketing offensive" 
> where some sales guy is going to try to push me into purchasing MySQL 
> and a service contract??
>
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> Rhino
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Downloading MySQLRhino16 Apr
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