* Bruno ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> The strange thing about this is that MySQL leaves the mysqld.sock in /tmp,
> not in the directory that the error reports. I've just installed MySQL
> v3.23, and I had v3.22 before, which had it's sock file on /var/run/mysqld.

You might want to make sure your path points to the newer version of
mysql then, and not an old outdated one.  Make sure you've removed all
binary (for that matter all source) files for Mysql-3.22 if you've
upgraded to 3.23.

If in doubt, type which mysql and see if that's where you think it


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