Hello all. I consider myself a linux noob. The thing about this is, I have played around with various distros of linux over many years. Eventually I get frustrated at how ridiculous something as simple as text editing can be.
I’m having a problem starting mysql. I have already ran the install script afer downloading mysql community server from yast.
Please, just tell me what I need to do to start the server. I tried to issue rcmysql start, but it says "The absolute path to ‘rcmysql’ is ‘usr/sbin/rcmysql’ so running it may require superuser privileges. So i say SUDO rcmysql, enter password and again same message.
Anyone that has any help, it would be extremely appreciated. I never stick with linux because of frustrating things like this.
noobixide, you’re really doing this the hardest way possible for a new
user. Go into Yast via the Computer menu, System, System Services, and
then find MySQL and set it to be enabled (auto-start at normal runlevels).
Now whenever you boot the system will automatically start the service for
On 09/13/2010 09:36 PM, gogalthorp wrote:
> To be honest things in the Linux world change to fast for books. By the
> time they are printed they are out of date.
> The best place to start is here
> ‘** Information for New Users **’
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