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From: Joseph Kosinski (jojakogmail.com)
Date: Sat Apr 06 2013 - 10:46:56 CDT
Thanks for the input. I have noticed when I wanted to remove MySql Server from my system there were a lot of steps I had to go through and one was to modify the config file which was locked. I used show info on the file and changed the permissions on it to read write. Then when I tried to change the file, it was still locked and wouldn't allow me.
I did look at /usr/local/mysql/bin/sqlLines and it is empty.
When I first open terminal this is what I get:
What should I do to change to a directory owned by me and how will I know. I usually use cd .. used at the above prompt I get:
> using FULL QUALIFIED PATH to a drectory owned by you? means?
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Reindl Harald <h.reindlthelounge.net>
> Subject: Re: mysql_tzinfo_to_sql
> Date: April 6, 2013 6:57:42 AM EDT
> To: mysqllists.mysql.com
> Am 06.04.2013 12:49, schrieb Reindl Harald:
>> Am 06.04.2013 03:51, schrieb Joe Kosinski:
>>> I am logged onto the system as system administrator and should have
>>> privilege to write to the file
> no you are on MACOSX
> on this crippled OS a administrator is not the same as root
>>> I have tried cd .. several times and no matter what I still get permission denied
> YOU ARE IN THE BIN FOLDER
> "> sqlLines" means /usr/local/mysql/bin/sqlLines
> what about using FULL QUALIFIED PATH to a drectory owned by you?