At 18:54 +0100 12/15/02, Helmuth Lutz wrote:
>Early this year I created some test-db's. They are still accessable
>via the Internet-Explorer.
>Today I wanted to make some changes to the structure but could not
>Please can anybody help me what is possibly wrong?
>Can it be that the "SQL4X MySQL Manager" is the reason?
>Tomorrow I should do a presentation ...
>This is the terminal response:
>Welcome to Darwin!
>[hlutz:~] hlutz% MySQL -u root -p
>MySQL: Command not found.
Try mysql, not MySQL. And make sure that the directory in which the
mysql program is located is in your PATH. From the looks of your ps output
below, I'd guess it's in the same directory as mysqld (/usr/local/mysql/bin).
>[hlutz:~] hlutz% cd /usr/local/mysql
>[hlutz:/usr/local/mysql] hlutz% mysql -u root -p
>mysql: Command not found.
>[hlutz:/usr/local/mysql] hlutz% ps ax | grep mysql
> 645 ?? S 0:00.14 sh ./bin/safe_mysqld
> 687 ?? S 0:00.17 /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld
> 709 std R+ 0:00.01 grep mysql