Am 06.04.2013 17:46, schrieb Joseph Kosinski:
> Thanks for the input. I have noticed when I wanted to remove MySql Server from my
> there were a lot of steps I had to go through and one was to modify the config file
> was locked
not really - the problem is you are lacking any knowledge how to work with
your OS or you are working with the wrong OS at all with MacOSX since you
refuse to understand the difference of root/administrator and user perms
> I used show info on the file and changed the permissions on it to read write.
> Then when I tried to change the file, it was still locked and wouldn't allow me.
> I did look at /usr/local/mysql/bin/sqlLines and it is empty.
who is the owner of tis file?
> When I first open terminal this is what I get:
> Joseph-Kosinskis-MacBook:~ josephkosinski$
> What should I do to change to a directory owned by me and how will I know.
ouch - there is no basic knowledge at all
a directory you created is owned by you
> I usually use cd .. used at the above prompt I get:
> Joseph-Kosinskis-MacBook:Users josephkosinski$
>> using FULL QUALIFIED PATH to a drectory owned by you? means?
blindly "> sqlLines" will write to the file in the current directoty
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