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From:Johan De Meersman Date:December 2 2010 4:21pm
Subject:Re: Sending an output of a query to file in debian lenny
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On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 4:05 PM, bars0 bars0 <bars0.bars0.bars0@stripped>wrote:

> Yes, something is certailny wrong, because even when I added in MySQL user
> 'krzysztof', wchich is similar to regular user of my linux machine, I can't
>

MySQL users have nothing to see with OS users. As root, do "su -c /bin/bash
- mysql" and check if you can write to /tmp.


> write output neither to /home nor to /tmp directory.
> Only as a root user I can send output into /tmp directory.
> Linux host has basic Debian Lenny installation (without X). I will check
> the
> apparmor but I am not sure if it is enabled by default.
>



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Sending an output of a query to file in debian lennybars0 bars02 Dec
  • Re: Sending an output of a query to file in debian lennyJohan De Meersman2 Dec
  • Re: Sending an output of a query to file in debian lennySimcha Younger2 Dec
    • Re: Sending an output of a query to file in debian lennybars0 bars02 Dec
      • Re: Sending an output of a query to file in debian lennyJohan De Meersman2 Dec