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From:Simson L. Garfinkel Date:April 3 1999 8:57pm
Subject:Re: Cannot start as NT service
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HUH? Is there any way to run MySQL without a.cnf file in the C:\ directory?
Like, can we:

1. Specify all of the contents on the command line.

or

2. specify the locaiton of the .cnf file.


?
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Aaron Johnson <solution@stripped>
To: Christopher R. Jones <cj@stripped>
Cc: <win32@stripped>
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 1999 3:18 PM
Subject: Re: Cannot start as NT service


> 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.
> 
> Aaron Johnson
> 
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Cannot start as NT serviceChristopher R. Jones3 Apr
  • Re: Cannot start as NT serviceAaron Johnson3 Apr
  • Re: Cannot start as NT serviceSimson L. Garfinkel4 Apr
    • Re: Cannot start as NT serviceMichael Widenius4 Apr
  • Re: Cannot start as NT serviceSimson L. Garfinkel5 Apr
Re: Cannot start as NT serviceChristopher R. Jones3 Apr
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