I uninstalled mysql, edited the registry, deleted all files, then
reinstalled. I copied the my-example.cnf to c:\ and used
c:\mysql\bin\mysqld-nt --install, rebooted. All to no avail. I still
cannot start mysqld-nt as a service.
So then I tried on my laptop which is also NT. It has never had mysql
installed. Again, no luck.
Should I go back to the shareware version until a new version comes out?
>MySQL for Win32 now needs the my.cnf in c:\ to run correctly.
>Just copy my-example.cnf from the c:\mysql directory to root and rename
>my.cnf and edit as needed.
>Hope this helps.
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