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    grep and printf

    I use awk with grep often, and it works no problem. The files I use grep and awk on are internet log access files. They all have a standard format. In any given line you have 9 element (or columns) separated by spaces. So, what I do when I want to grep for a particular piece of data and...
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    Apache httpd Log File...interesting...

    Thanks for the info! Enjoyed giving it a try. m(_ _)m :p
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    Apache httpd Log File...interesting...

    I just thought I would add my 2 cents here. In contrast to "tail", you can get the first 20 lines ( or how ever many you want ) of a file by using "head". For example, ... head -n20 somefile.txt ...gives you the first 20 lines of the somefile.txt file. m(_ _)m
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    Errors when trying to test MySQL

    What OS version are you running? I can not recall exactly, but somewhere around 10.1.5 or so I ran into a similar problem. As it turned out, updating my OS have changed my PATH. Try a ... which mysql from somewhere like /usr. You should get... /usr/local/bin/mysql ... if 1) you...
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    Error accessing MySQL in Terminal

    BTW... I found a couple of other good places to look for info when all else fails. They are: http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo http://discussions.info.apple.com/ When I had my problems with dyld after 10.2 installation and pre 10.2.1 I ended up at the mailing list from Apple.
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    Error accessing MySQL in Terminal

    I think it may be helpful to clear up a few details here. [1] When did you first start getting/noticing these errors? [2] When did you first install MySQL? There seem to be alot of issues one has to deal with when upgrading from 10.1.* to 10.2. (1) 10.2 screws up PATH. That is, after...
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    Error accessing MySQL in Terminal

    What version of Mac OSX are you running? 10.2? I had similar problems with OSX 10.2, but they disappeared when I updated to 10.2.1.
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    MySQL & StartupItems Problem

    /System/Library/StartupItems is reserved for use by the OS, and as such you do not want to put user made StartupItems in there. If there is no /Library/StartupItems as you say - in my case too there was originally none - then you just create one. Devshed's has a good page regarding the...
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    TOMCAT, JBOSS, JSP troubles...

    Just a final update on the TC/dyld-multiple definitions error that I was getting when I went to start/stop TC - today I downloaded and installed OS X 10.2.1, along with the 2002-09-20 security update. And what do I find but to my surprise TC now mysteriously works without a hitch! I had been...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    Okay. Let's get a bit radical here! If memory serves me correctly, when one installs mysql by the packages that Marc Liyanage has posted on his pages, applications/utilities (or whatever) get installed into /usr/local/bin . If you take a glance into this directory you should see various...
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    Setting up env. variables at startup for all users (incl. root)

    No, No. No implications and such. It is rather a personal issue. What I mean is that I have been working with tomcat on my Mac OSX for a short while now. I was just starting to get up to running speed -i.e. I had just got all the applications I wanted to utilize in my development set up and...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    flash By all appearances, my mysql is functioning normally. But then again, I really have not yet started to "use" it in my workings. Until the recent present, I have been a postgreSQL user, battling with psql on Mac. However, I felt that postgreSQL did not offer the speed, and it also was...
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    Setting up env. variables at startup for all users (incl. root)

    One quick question...what OS are you running. 10.2 with the developer tools that come with it?
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    flash, I not really sure what you mean by "this problem too", but if you mean importing/inserting from the terminal, I seem to be having know problems eventhough I have installed the dev tools that come with 10.2. The script I us to import is the following shell script. #!/usr/bin/csh...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    I do not use phpMyAdmin, so I no nothing about it basically. Yet, is it possible that phpMyAdmin uses a different user/permission to access mysql from that the terminal is using. What I am suggesting here goes more like this. When I access mysql thought my browser/cgi type set up, the user...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    uoba, Sorry, I been here and there on the net searching for info concerning my Tomcat problem...not to mention coming down with a 39 Celsius temperature...so I have gotten a bit out of touch. Glad to hear the csh.login hint helped. In regards to your.... ...I get this feeling that...
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    adding users in mySQL

    There is another -perhaps more complicated - way to addusers and/or permission(s). When you are using mysql in the commandline try show databases as in the following example. mysql> show databases; +------------+ | Database | +------------+ | jsp_test | | log_access | | mattie...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    Let's see... I have gotten a little out of touch with this thread post, so perhaps this bit of info is not of much use, but ... For those of you having trouble with binary versions of MySQL and are debating going about doing a source compile/installation, you might take a quick peek at the...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    uoba You stated something that got me wondering. "My MySQL is working, as the standard mysql and test databases are in there. Perhaps it something to do with the tcsh file commands (no mysql entry?)" What do you mean by no mysql entry? One thing I found was that after 10.2...
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    MySQL Instal Errors

    I am at work now, so I don't have my notes at hand. Yet, if memory serves me correctly connecting to mysql without giving a DB to connect to means that you are so of "connected but not connected". Did you get a mysql prompt .... ? mysql > If you did, try a show databases and see what...
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