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I installed MySQL on NetBSD 5.0 so I want to know where the my.cnf file which
contains default values?
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I installed MySQL on NetBSD 5.0 so I want to know where the my.cnf file which
contains default values?
God knows. You didn't use pkgsrc. I worn you on another forum about ramifications of ./configure, make, make install. Now you have unsupported system but look at the bright side. You have the latest version of MySQL:-)
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God knows. You didn't use pkgsrc. I worn you on another forum about ramifications of ./configure, make, make install. Now you have unsupported system but look at the bright side. You have the latest version of MySQL:-)
yes, i'am using a pkgsrc.
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Did you find(1) or locate(1) the file?
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I installed MySQL on NetBSD 5.0 so I want to know where the my.cnf file which contains default values?
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# find / -name my.cnf
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I installed MySQL on NetBSD 5.0 so I want to know where the my.cnf file which
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yes, i'am using a pkgsrc.
While I don't use NetBSD, I have taken a moment to look at the pkg_info(1) man page, and noticed that it has the -L option. Try something like:
$ pkg_info -L mysql-server | less
Obviously, the specific package name may be different.
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