mac osx server and mysql
grimm at grimmwerks.com
Fri Mar 30 10:37:44 PDT 2007
Thanks for responding Ryan
I've actually installed everything fine; the problem is it's on
macosx server, and it's more stringent with it's permissions. It
seems that I can't create the database file or write to it as user
mysql (which is what mysql would be saving as, correct?)
I thought I could find the directory and chmod 777 it?
On Mar 30, 2007, at 2:47 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 30, 2007, at 01:29, grimmwerks wrote:
>> Hey - trying desperately to get subversion, mysql, ruby and
>> retrospectiva working on osx server, but it's much more painful
>> than the other installs I've done...
>> where does mysql save it's db? Seems I don't have write access....
> I believe the default location for MySQL 5 databases installed by
> MacPorts is /opt/local/var/db/mysql5
>> ...does anyone know of any tutorials to handle what I want to do/
> What doesn't work for you? For example, if you want to run a MySQL
> 5 server, you should be able to say
> sudo port install mysql5 +server
> and then follow the instructions printed when it's done regarding
> how to create the initial databases.
> For Subversion, you should be able to say
> sudo port install subversion
> and get Subversion. What problems are you encountering?
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