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  Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Subject:   gosh-darn password stuff
Date:   2002-10-09 11:08:16
From:   thaddaeus
Response to: gosh-darn password stuff

My problem is very similar...


after i am prompted to enter my password i THEN get.


mysqladmin: command not found.


that's kind of weird because im in /bin and I can see the executable in the directory.


every subsequent attempt resolved in a command not found right away.


i tried rehashing to no avail.

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  • gosh-darn password stuff
    2005-03-21 17:07:53  JayBeeDee [View]

    I don´t want to pretend to know what your problem really is. In any case you could try typing ./ in front of the command you can see in your current working directory. In your case that would be ./mysqladmin plus its parameters, then it should run.

    You may also want to check, which directories are really searched for executables by typing printenv PATH
    I am no unix crack, so I do not know, if it is recomended to add the directory you are talking about permanently to the searchpath...