Error Installing mysql on Fedora2

Mark Sargent powderkeg at snow.email.ne.jp
Wed Feb 9 05:03:05 UTC 2005


Scot L. Harris wrote:

>On Tue, 2005-02-08 at 23:14, Mark Sargent wrote:
>  
>
>>Hi All,
>>
>>What have I done wrong here.? Installed mysql via YUM(1st mistake.?). 
>>Cheers.
>>
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>
>Yeah, installing mysql was the mistake!  Postgresql is what you want.
>Just kidding!  :)
>
>First guess is that you may have a problem with selinux.  Try disabling
>that temporally to see if that fixes the problem.  If it does check back
>earlier in todays messages, there was one discussing mysql and getting
>it started.  I have included the info from the linked message below.
>
> 
>setenforce 0 
>etc/init.d/mysqls start 
>
>If mysqld start, follow this procedure to configure SELinux : 
>
>>From Startmenu select 
>"System settings" 
>Then choose 
>"Security settings or security level" 
>A window appears with 2 tabs : "Firewall options" and "SELinux" 
>Choose SELinux. 
>At the bottom half of the window you have a lisbox, listing (at least on
>my PC) 
>
>Apache 
>Name Service 
>NIS 
>SELinux Service Protection 
>
>Open SELinux Service Protection 
>Select "Disable SELinux protection for mysqld daemon" 
>Click "OK" 
>you had to reboot to make it work
>
>
>  
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Hi All,

nah, se linux is not running on my Fedora2 box. I did a yum remove mysql 
and am now installing from the tar file. Cheers.

Mark Sargent.




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