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Re: Permission error when installing from .tar.gz
Posted by: Michael Kragh Pedersen
Date: September 13, 2016 01:47PM

I'm using the latest version of Linux Mint, and I'm trying to install an old version of MySQL, namely 5.5.30, because I wanted to try out TokuDB on MySQL, and that was the latest MySQL version with that I could find.

I haven't tried what you suggested, no, I'm not sure how I could do so. I've been thinking about it, and the only reason I can come up with is that permissions for a partition's mount point override those on any folders on the partition, although I don't know if that's the case.

However, even so, the partitions are mounted automatically when I start Linux Mint, and I have no idea how to check or change that.

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