sql table under fedora core3

FRANCOIS Dufour francoisdufour at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 17 06:37:44 UTC 2004

thanks kev for your anwser ...
im sorry that you cant awser my question
regarding to mysql it run pretty well one click away
my question was if bundeled whit were do i put my table under
your se linux asembly named fedora just tough that you could tell
mee were in that uge tree of your should i put my table
or do i have to simply reinstall it (sql) in a diferente location
just cause the Red Hat Certified Engineer coudent tell me were in their 
to copie  my prebuilded sql table

thanks in advance
or is it just a 40gig to format again?

francoisdufour at hotmail.com
administrateur http://entre-nous.qc.tc

>From: Kevin McConnell <kevymac at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: "Fedora SELinux support list for users &  developers." 
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>To: "Fedora SELinux support list for users &amp,  developers." 
><fedora-selinux-list at redhat.com>
>Subject: Re: sql table under fedora core3
>Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 19:24:34 -0800 (PST)
>--- FRANCOIS Dufour <francoisdufour at hotmail.com>
> > hi to all !
>Hello Francois,
> > ive got an jsp aplication running on tomcat4 alredy
> > instaled whit sucess
> > using/local folder
> > i add a couple problem seting it up but now its ok
> > my question is i have my sql table created under
> > window os
> > how do i transfer it (copie it were) so my jsp
> > aplication can find its table
> > under fedora core3
> > the web app only need mysql running whit its table
> > loaded in
> > as far ive read today its a pyton aplication that
> > control mysql
>First off, I would just like to remind you, that you
>are posting to the fedora selinux list, which none of
>the above mentioned applications have anything to do
>with. In the future, please direct your questions
>regarding mysql, to the mysql mailing list.
>That said, the best place for this documentation would
>be found here:
> > thanks in advance
> > friendly
>You're welcome.
>Kevin C. McConnell --RHCE # 805299480800193 since July 2, 1999-- <Red Hat 
>Certified Engineer>
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