Not sure what you're looking for, but I would put MYSQL\BIN in the DOS path
There are a number of command-line optiosn with COMMAND.COM, but I'm not
sure how any might relate to MySQL ...
COMMAND [[drive:]path] [device] [/E:nnnnn] [/L:nnnn] [/U:nnn] [/P] [/MSG]
[/LOW] [/Y [/[C|K] command]]
[drive:]path Specifies the directory containing COMMAND.COM.
device Specifies the device to use for command input and output.
/E:nnnnn Sets the initial environment size to nnnnn bytes.
(nnnnn should be between 256 and 32,768).
/L:nnnn Specifies internal buffers length (requires /P as well).
(nnnn should be between 128 and 1,024).
/U:nnn Specifies the input buffer length (requires /P as well).
(nnn should be between 128 and 255).
/P Makes the new Command Interpreter permanent (can't exit).
/MSG Stores all error messages in memory (requires /P as well).
/LOW Forces COMMAND to keep its resident data in low memory.
/Y Steps through the batch program specified by /C or /K.
/C command Executes the specified command and returns.
/K command Executes the specified command and continues running.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sara" <sara.morgan@stripped>
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2001 10:38 AM
Subject: Command.com Statement
A few weeks back someone was kind enough to mail me the settings to change
the command.com statement so that I didn't have to work out of the
I have since had a fatal pc crash, and have managed to lost the email, and
the hard copy.
If anyone would be so kind as to set it out again, I would be very
grateful - dos statements etc are a bit before my time in computing!
Many thanks in anticipation