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Subject:   RE: mysql admin
Date:   2003-09-15 14:14:06
From:   anonymous2
When I type in mysqladmin terminal says
"command not found"
How can I find this utility or install it?
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  • RE: mysql admin
    2003-09-15 19:06:35  anonymous2 [View]

    Once again with persistence I succeeded!
    It turned out to be the path. Here is the info I found from the User's guide:
    You should now be able to connect to the MySQL server, e.g. by running `/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql'.

    If you installed MySQL for the first time, please remember to set a password for the MySQL root user!

    This is done with the following two commands:

    /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqladmin -u root password <password>
    /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqladmin -u root -h `hostname` password <password>

    So, I found the mysqladmin in the bin folder...

    You might want to also add aliases to your shell's resource file to access mysql and mysqladmin from the command-line: