On Thursday, January 23, 2003, at 01:03 PM, Kenneth Tucker wrote:

problem solved guy.

as root:

cp /usr/local/mysql/man/*.1  /usr/share/man1/.

Thanks Ken
Good to hear :)

I work on a few web sites that use mysql databases and it has been incredibly handy to be able to run them on my Mac. Having *nix under the hood has been a godsend to me.

Cheers...John

On Wednesday, January 22, 2003, at 08:40 PM, John Vender wrote:

On Thursday, January 23, 2003, at 07:10 AM, Kenneth Tucker wrote:

I neglected to mention that I installed  mysql in /usr/local/mysql
hmm, do you have the man directory in /usr/local/mysql? I installed mine not long after I got this box last year having got it from a link at Apple's Mac OS X resources pages and installing it the way it wanted to install itself. I find the environment is sufficiently different from something like FreeBSD for me to go with what the Apple folks think is the sensible place but I've had no problem installing things like stunnel in /usr/local/sbin and netpbm in /usr/local.

I would try doing a find for one of the man files, e.g. mysqladmin.1 or mysqldump.1, if you find it you should have the path, if not, the man stuff is not installed.

Cheers...John

--- John Vender <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Thursday, January 23, 2003, at 06:03 AM, Kenneth Tucker wrote:

I have just installed mySQL on Darwin and I can't display the mySQl man
pages. I have tried
setting MANPATH, changing man.config and using man -M
/usr/local/mysql/man mysql nothing seems to
work.

Any suggestions?

Thanks Ken
man -m /Library/MySQL/man mysql works here with my 10.1.5

Cheers...John


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