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RE: Help with RPM and MySQL



Thanks for the quick response.  I will give that a try when I get home.  However, what if this does not yield any results?  What should I try next?  Can I run rpm from any directory?

I think if I can find the installation and/or the package, I can get it installed and working.  I'm just having trouble with finding where things are.  Does rpm have a GUI interface?

Thanks.
Mark  

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On Thursday 24 June 2004 19:55, Gresgott, Mark wrote:
> I'm new to Linux and I am trying to install MySQL (or verify that it is
> installed).  I selected it to be installed as part of the OS install, but
> don't see the service running and can't seem to find the package on the
> system.  Do I need to run RPM to install this or should it already be
> installed?

try

rpm -q mysql

and

rpm -q mysql-server

to see if they are installed.  You need the mysql-server package for actually 
running the database locally.  You can use service mysqld start to start it, 
and chkconfig --levels=345 mysqld on to make sure it always starts from now 
on.

- -Andy

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