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  Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Subject:   mysqladmin: Command not found
Date:   2002-03-13 20:25:23
From:   morbus
Response to: mysqladmin: Command not found

The package installation plops this file into /usr/local/bin/mysqladmin. /usr/local/bin should be in your PATH already (meaning you don't have to specify the full path to the program), but if not, you can certainly do "/usr/local/bin/mysqladmin" without a problem.


Or, you could "cd /usr/local/bin" and then run the "mysqladmin" command as shown.


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  1. Thanks, but needed to add sudo...
    2002-03-14 15:29:43  devereld [View]

    • Thanks, but needed to add sudo...tryed that no joy
      2005-05-24 04:08:44  pixel_wolf [View]

    • Thanks, but needed to add sudo...
      2002-04-24 09:50:30  medazinol [View]

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