On Monday 18 August 2008 15:20:43 Matthew Rosewarne wrote: > There's no way around it: Akonadi needs MySQLd.
Nope. > The goal is to somehow allow Akonadi to do what it needs to do without > requiring the user to mess around with MySQL configuration. The Akonadi > service can either start & manage its own mysqld (one instance per user), > or it can share one mysqld (one instance per system). Akonadi itself manages 1 instance pr user, shipping its own configcuration and so on. > Currently mysqld is part of the mysql-server-* packages, which always > installs init scripts for mysql, requires the user to set a root password, > etc. > > So the options would seem to be: > 1. Split out mysqld and minimal support files (without init scripts and > such) and let Akonadi start it. I wrote some days ago the mysql maintainer about how we could solve this. /Sune -- Do you know how might I receive from the pin from X-Windows? You cannot turn off the display on a hard disk for exploring with a system.
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