> > Sorry, but the only way on NT to move mysql shareware > version implies to
> start mysqld by hand (everytime!).
> > This is due to the fact, that you have to give the > > new location as
> option "--basedir= X:\mysql" when > starting mysqld.
> I wonder - There is a registry setting with the path/params to all services. Can
> that be changed to include the --basedir? If someone is interested I can look tomorrow,
> email me.
> For more information, try the nt resource kit and the "SC" utility:
> c:\>sc qc mysqld
I didn't try it with the shareware version, but with an earlier version it didn't work.
Tell me if it does with the shareware version.