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I''ve got red fuckin hat here (8.0), and i''m trying to install the MySQL server (after going through a *lot* of dependency *caos*). Well, here''s the thing: i installed the rpm, and mysqld even showed up at in the setup config tool. But where is the mysqld???? There''s no mysqld in the /usr/sbin. I think there''s not a even a mysqld in the rpm. Where is it?!? The reason i''m asking that is because i want to start mysqld, but it''s not not working cause i can''t find it. God, this is getting me nervous. Sorry about that... I''d appreciate any help, Victor.

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Yeah, i found it there. Thanks dude!

Well, now there''s another problem... i tried this:
/etc/init.d/mysqld start

And it says it started the daemon.

But then i do ''ps -e'' and... where is the daemon? It''s not there. I tried running mysqladmin, but it says it couldn''t connect to mysqld.

Goddamit, i think i''ll just give up.

Victor.

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Try doing:

/etc/init.d/mysqld status

See what that spits out! Whatever you do, don''t give up on it, it is probably easy to sort. Sorry I can''t help more, no experience with mysql

Stu

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