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From:Darrell Shifflett Date:April 28 1999 7:44pm
Subject:Re: Stupid question!!
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On Wed, 28 Apr 1999, Ryan wrote:

> I am new to the Linux and MySQL world and I'm having problems installing
> MySQL on m server.  I tried to rpm the MySQl package and I got a Cannot
> install error.  I used the command rpm -i MySQL-3.22... and I got this
> error.  I am using RH 5.2 I figured this would be an easy procedure.  i
> tried as root and user.  Any help would be greatly appreciated since I am
> eager to use MySQl in our environment.
> 
Hi Ryan, check to see if MySQL is already on the system by chance.....
rpm -q MySQL , if not do: (in root, and/or su -l into root) 
rpm -ivh MySQL-3.22-1.i386.rpm , also install the
MySQL-client-3.22.21-1.i386.rpm .. if this dosent work try d/ling the
rpm's once more (binary) and try again.



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