On 11/27/07, jekillen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Originally, I was in a hurry and was having trouble with ports. This
> approach had
> worked for three machines. But one I was having endless problems with.
> I got it together to get ports to work. But the port did not install a
> startup script for
> MySQL, at least in /etc/rc.d,
The port should have installed a startup script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/
That is where ports usually install their startup scripts. Adding
scripts to /etc/rc.d can create confusion when you update the OS some
time in the future.
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