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From:dan Date:March 29 1999 5:37pm
Subject:Re: Installation - Defautl C:\mysql
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Steve,

You can just move the mySQL directory wherever you like - and then change the my.cnf file
basedir entry to reflect the change.

You will need to install mysqld as an NT service from the final resting place of the
mysqld
executable you're using.

Dan.

Steve Nguyen wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Is is possible to change installation directory of mySQL for NT into other
> drive/directory ?
> Thanks,
> Steve

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Installation - Defautl C:\mysqlSteve Nguyen29 Mar
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