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From:Bhavin Vyas Date:November 10 2002 10:58pm
Subject:Re: starting Mysql on linux
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Make sure that your mysql daemon is running, if not, start it. Also, make
sure the mysql.sock file is present in /var/lib/mysql.

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From: "Stick Dragon" <stickdragon@stripped>
To: <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2002 3:44 PM
Subject: starting Mysql on linux

> i have installed redhat 8 and slackware linux and been trying to get mysql
> to run. when i get to the console and type 'mysql' i get, error 2002; cant
> connect to local mysql server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' i
> have tried to run mysqld through the console but says it cant find the
> command. i'm not really linux or mysql savy. any help on getting it to run
> would be great.
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starting Mysql on linuxStick Dragon10 Nov
  • Re: starting Mysql on linuxAdolfo Bello10 Nov
  • Re: starting Mysql on linuxBhavin Vyas10 Nov