On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 11:17 AM, Nicholas Bamber <nicho...@periapt.co.uk> wrote:
> However it is also clear that an application with an embedded MySQL server,
> like amarok, should avoiding making use of system wide MySQL config files to
> insulate itself not  just to changes in the Debian packaging but also
> changes that the DBA makes to the MySQL configuration. amarok seems to have
> done this now.

Sure, but why was it doing this? Is it the default behaviour of the
embedded MySQL server?

And just wondering: why is Amarok using MySQL instead of something like sqlite?


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