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mysqladmin do not start

Postby hakwes » 2006-01-10 08:06

I am trying to install and run MySQL Administrator.

"MySQL Administrator is a powerful visual administration tool that makes it easy to administer and monitor MySQL environment."

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/administrator/ ... linux.html

I installed MySQL Administrator and run this command:


shell> tar --directory=/opt -xzvf mysql-administrator-1.1.5-linux-i386.tar.gz


This installs the application binary in /opt/mysql-administrator/bin. I change into that directory and run mysql-administrator to start the application.


But get: command not found

I can se the file (mysql-administrator ) ...

Somebody have som tips??
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Postby kink » 2006-01-10 09:12

try:
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./mysql-administrator


Unlike in MSDOS, your current working directory is not by default in your PATH.
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Postby kink » 2006-01-10 09:14

or even better:

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apt-get install mysql-admin


instead of installing it yourself, use the packaged version from Debian which allows you to run mysql-administrator from any directory.
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Postby hakwes » 2006-01-10 09:59

100 Thank´s !!

apt-get install mysql-admin

did it... result:

from any directory: mysql-admin

very nice :-)
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Postby kink » 2006-01-10 10:46

Debian contains nearly all useful software as long as it's free. I'd recommend always some searching for exising packages, e.g. by "apt-cache search", or http://packages.debian.org
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Postby Guest » 2006-01-10 13:51

Nice tips!

I tried
apt-get install mysql-administrator

No luck…
(to many characters)

In the MySql-admin package from Mysql AB, there was a nice little “start up”-icon to use on Gnome desktop -can’t find it in the Debian version.

But the little nice icon didn’t work – so what :-)
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Nice Little icon

Postby hakwes » 2006-02-01 10:37

In Gnome, Program/Demianmenu, I fond MySQL Administrator icon.

path: Program/Debianmenu/apps /Databases/MySQL Administrator

left-click and chose "Add this programstarter to top-panel"

Then the nice little icon show up in the top-panel.

Now You can "click-drag" the icon to the desk-top.

And the the best of all -nice little icon WORKS.

:lol:
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