Getting thru the MySQL Admin screen

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Getting thru the MySQL Admin screen

Postby SysEnvir » 2010-02-03 16:34


Can somebody please help with the MySQL Admin screen, which asks for a Server Hostname (?) and gives a port #. Whilst I am not in a position to question the port number, the Hostname is unknown to me. What should I put there?

Furthermore, I have installed Postgresql from the SPM, but although the blurb i the SPM says its a fully featured etc it has just disappeared from sight. Should I be trying to link tp postgresql using MySQL. I am old Access hand and this host name business is rather new to me. :)

I a nutshell, how do I fire up MySQL, please? I've tried the MySQL website and found myself engulfed in corporate license blurb....... :P
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Re: Getting thru the MySQL Admin screen

Postby barriehie » 2010-02-10 03:19

In a terminal enter:
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Re: Getting thru the MySQL Admin screen

Postby x00r » 2010-02-10 15:36

If you whish to use MySQL (as database server) at your own computer, install it first.

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apt-get update && apt-get install mysql-server

After this, set a mysql-root password

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After this, install some front end like PhpMyAdmin in this case, you do not have to set hostname or port. Default it should fallback to localhost or and port 3306.
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