You don't need to tho that to the alias since it's only an alias.
The name of the folder depends of the installation version of mysql that you have.
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After checking the file i saw the logged error that another copy of mysql may be running, after terminating the old service. sudo mkdir /var/mysql sudo ln -s /tmp//var/mysql/Well Done : ) This Help me A LOT!
i took this guide from the guys on The problem is a permissions one, it can't start because it can't write to because its owned by someone else.
I had just discovered how to start mysql, it worked once, I made a new database a user and a password then I typed QUIT, don’t know what happened because now I have another stupid problem… This is making learning mysql really FRUSTRATINGGG, also why is that a lot of people using mysql also seem to use linux?
try to start mysql= /usr/local/zend/mysql/bin/mysql.server start ERROR= . My search trying to solve the problem always gave me results for linux …any advice?
Make sure the /usr/local/var/mysql folder is owned by the user that will start mysql. However, if you start it as root, it will create a (owned by root) file that jack can't write to, so when you try to restart it as jack it will fail. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).