Which compiler and version are you using? I am using GNU 2.95.2 and I have
no problems (well some minor problems depending on the version MySQL/PHP).
In fact, I haven't had too many problems with any of the MySQL versions
(3.22.32 - 3.23.24). If you are using the SCO c compiler ... I couldn't get
that to work. That's why I went to the GNU compiler. If you are using GNU 2.
95.2, then post your errors and I'll look at the problem.
What I'm using is:
GNU make 3.78.1
I've been able to get all versions of MySQL installed with PHP and Apache
and everything works great. If you would like step by step instructions, I
can give you the documentation I created for myself.
From: kam ho [mailto:kam_ho@stripped]
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 2:05 AM
Subject: Cannot install MySQL 3.22.32 binary distribution on SCO-Unix Open
i want to install the MySQL 3.22.32 binary distribution on SCO-Unix Open
Server 5.0.5 (I have tried to install from source file, but fail as it said
that i have missing some library or can't load some so files)
when i following the installation instruction, after i enter the command
it has the following error:
scripts/mysql_install_db: 4685 Killed
scripts/mysql_install_db: 4686 Killed
WARNING: Your libc libraries are not 100 % compatible with this MySQL
mysqld should work normally with the exception that host name resolving
will not work. This means that you should use IP addresses instead
of hostnames when specifying MySQL privileges !
Creating db table
Creating host table
Creating user table
Creating func table
Creating tables_priv table
Creating columns_priv table
dynamic linker : ./bin/mysqld : error opening libz.so
scripts/mysql_install_db: 4687 Killed
Installation of grant tables failed!
Examine the logs in ./data for more information.
You can also try to start the mysqld demon with:
./bin/mysqld --skip-grant &
You can use the command line tool
./bin/mysql to connect to the mysql
database and look at the grant tables:
shell> ./bin/mysql -u root mysql
mysql> show tables
Try 'mysqld --help' if you have problems with paths. Using --log
gives you a log in ./data that may be helpful.
I want to ask how can i solve this problem?