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  Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Subject:   Is it possible to uninstall source version?
Date:   2002-06-06 15:40:33
From:   rdez378
Response to: uninstall mysql?

This series was great. I did every step without any major problems. I was even successfully running Phpmyadmin until I deleted the root user by mistake. Now it says no users within phpmyadmn (already contacted them) and when I access mysql using the root password I am still able to login with no problem. However, when I try to administer to the databases or add new users i get the 1044/1045 errors. I've tried some of the fixes listed on mysql.com but with all of them I eventually get an access denied. What should I do?

I think my best bet is to uninstall mysql but i did it using the source version so i don't know of any script.

Would reinstalling apache work if worst came to worst?

I'm at my wit's end here. I'm usually able to find answers using forums like these or just following manual instructions but I don't think too many people would do something as stupid so that's why no info on it.

Anyone with any ideas let me know asap before i do something else more damaging to my system!

I'm operating Mac 10.1.4, Apache 1.3.22, and mysql 3.23.29 on the localhost.


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  1. Is it possible to uninstall source version?
    2002-11-24 03:24:10  anonymous2 [View]

    • Is it possible to uninstall source version?
      2004-01-07 21:33:02  rocketmac [View]

    • Is it possible to uninstall source version?
      2004-01-07 21:31:35  anonymous2 [View]

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