[Wine] No connection to mysqld
martin at gregorie.org
Sun Feb 27 10:59:18 CST 2011
> I tested the newest mysqld
Is this the native Linux server?
The following assumes it is.
> but I don't even get it to work: "TCP/IP, --shared-memory, or
> --named-pipe should be configured on NT OS" although I set --port.
> Perhaps I have to set something inside Wine to make it work?
It turns out that on my Fedora 13 system SqueezeboxServer has configured
and runs a copy of MySQL 5.1.55 for its own purposes: and that this is a
fairly nonstandard configuration. The default MySQL config for F13 is
pretty minimal and is held in /etc/my.cnf - if I read it right its
expecting to listen on a Unix socket rather than a TCP/IP port.
That message suggests that mysqld can accept connections via shared
memory, a named pipe (aka Unix socket) or a TCP/IP port and your
configuration doesn't specify any of these.
Find your MySQL configuration file and post it here so we can see how
its set up. On a F13 set-up the mysqld configuration is defined
in /etc/my.cnf and there's a note to that effect in the MySQL startup
IIRC you're running Ubuntu, which is derived from Debian rather than
RedHat, so the mysqld configuration may be elsewhere. However,
"locate my.cnf" should find it.
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