jekillen at prodigy.net
Sat Apr 29 00:47:32 UTC 2006
On Apr 28, 2006, at 5:38 PM, Gerard Seibert wrote:
> jekillen wrote:
>> I have had a problem with installing MySQL 5.0.18 on a FreeBSD v 6.0
>> where everything seems to compile and install correctly but the server
>> immediately on start up with permission to create/write it's .pid file
>> Then the screen saver daemon refuses to start in X windows with a
>> permission denied
>> error. It originally worked fine. But at some point recently the
>> saver quit working.
>> When I went to Gnome preferences and tried to set the screen saver I
>> informed that the screen saver daemon wasn't running. When I tried to
>> have it
>> start I was presented with the permission denied error and to check
>> I tried installing MySQL twice, each time with the same problem.
>> As I understand it, permissions in Unix are part of the file system
>> The only possible link between MySQL and the screen saver daemon,
>> possibly, is the
>> mysql user needed to run mysqld.
>> Could I have a corrupted file system in such a way as to cause
>> permission problems?
>> thanks in advance.
> Are you starting MySQL with the script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ upon
> Gerard Seibert
> gerard at seibercom.net
Boy that was fast, I just posted this message a moment ago...
No I was just testing it using the mysqld_safe --user=mysql & approach.
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