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  Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5
Subject:   What am I doing wrong?
Date:   2002-07-11 20:41:17
From:   gregsixx
I downloaded the pkg for install and everything went just fine, until I got to the database initializations. Specifically, the follwoing: sudo chown -R mysql /usr/local/mysql I've tried the variations that seem to have worked for others on these posts, but I'm having a different problem. I get the error:


sudo: chown: command not found


I've been using the bash shell, so I thought that maybe there was a problem there, but I got the exact same error when I went back to the default shell.


By the way, even though I've had problems, these tutorials are great. I've learned a lot.


So... any help?


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  1. Success - sort of
    2002-07-11 21:13:22  gregsixx [View]

    • Okay, I think I've got it now
      2002-07-17 22:23:03  gregsixx [View]

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