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Re: Installation mysql 4.1 on debian 3.0
Posted by: Kasandra Padisha
Date: September 15, 2004 09:14AM

I have just done it with 4.1.4a-gamma, but using the source code (tbz2), even with cluster enable.

I installed first the mysql form apt to get all the dependencies and
the user and group create by the package. (leazy)

I followed the instructions the general Manual (Sect. 2.3.1 Source
Instalation Overview). I use the configure script as follows

./configure --with-innodb -with-embedded-server --enable-thread-safe-client \
--with-vio --with-raid --prefix=/usr/local/mysql-4.1.4a-gamma

obtained from BUILD/compile-pentium-max (no opensssl)

An then run make .. wait to compile, and make install.

Just change to the directory /usr/local/mysql-4.1.4a-gamma/bin
and run the install_db and it will create the directory
/usr/local/mysql-4.1.4a-gamma/var for the databases.

Adapt the script to run from support-files/mysql.server to your
basedir and then copy it to /etc/init.d and link it to /etc/rcS.d
if you want it to start automatically when you start your

And It shoud be running


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