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mysql: command not found

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by HetIsLarsje, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. HetIsLarsje

    HetIsLarsje Guest

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    As the subject says....

    To gain remote access I want to change the GRANT tables. When (with putty) I want to run mysql to make the necessary change, I run into a very annoying problem: bash says it doesnt know mysql?? More correctly, I enter 'mysql' (with or without -u, -p etc.), and I get back a '-bash: mysql: command not found'.

    I know something must be wrong...

    Could you tell me:
    1. Is this in any way normal behaviour?
    2. Is it correct that mysql is hiding in /usr/local/psa/mysql/bin ?
    3. What can I do to solve tis (very annoying) problem?

    Oh, both as the 'admin' user and as 'root'.

    Apart from this the server is running normal, so no problems from that angle. I just would like to be able to connect remote, and, apart from that, think it should not be doing this.

    Thanks for your insights.
     
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