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From:Chris Date:June 25 1999 1:57pm
Subject:Re: command not found
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Hi Sanjeeb, One thing to try is make sure that the mysql executables are
in your path. If not, either put them there or cd into the directory where
they are and type ./mysql (If you are running as root, '.' is probably not 
in your path.)

--Chris

On Fri, 25 Jun 1999, Sanjeeb Bhuyan wrote:

> Hi,
>   I downloaded the latest form of mysql,but when i try to use any of the 
> mysql stuff(mysqld,or safe_mysqld or mysqladmin from the correct directory)i 
> get command not found!
>               whats happening?
>                      thanx!
>                        sanjeeb
> 
> 
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command not foundSanjeeb Bhuyan25 Jun
  • Re: command not foundChris25 Jun
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