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Re: [FC2] Can't start mysql

you can always try fedora GUI

and manually start mysql in that GUI. You can set its default boot
behaviour as well.

IF you  haven't access to X, have a look in /etc/rc.d/init.d and run
/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysqld restart (or start or stop or status...)

Have fun,

On Sun, 2004-05-30 at 21:58, Coume - Lubox.com wrote:
> Hello,
> Is something changed in the way mysql is working under FC2?
> I have been trying for the last 3hours to get mysql working but I can't.
> Before I just had to do "mysqld start" to active mysql and that was it,
> I was even to activate it at boot time.
> But now, it does not work. It always tells me, "bash: mysqld: command
> not found"
> Then I checked if I have installed the mysql packages... but all the
> packages available are installed.
> Anybody experienced that? I really hope that it a dumb and easy problem
> to solve, as I badly need to use mysql today :(
> Thanks in advance
> Ludo
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