Lenz Grimmer <lenz@stripped> writes:
> On Wed, 12 Mar 2003, Warly wrote:
>> By default mysql_install_db does not check for the presence of
>> mysqld-max and do not initialize the database if mysqld is not installed
>> Following patch (thanks to Benjamin Pflugmann), is maybe a solution.
> Thanks, interesting idea. But how can you run mysql_install_db, if the
> MySQL-server package is not installed? mysql_install_db is part of the
> MySQL-server package, while MySQL-Max does not include mysql_install_db.
> In fact, MySQL-Max should Require MySQL-server to be installed. Or am I
> missing something?
Ha yes, I forget to mention that, to be more consistent, I create a new
MySQL-common package which is required by MySQL, the standard server, and
MySQL-Max, the max version.
So one can select to install either the Max version or the normal
version, as they could not be run in the same time anyway.