How to- Change password, setup-install, mysql on a mac

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dev.mysql.com is the website. How to change the password is included between halfway and the end of the video. Thanks!!

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23 Responses to “How to- Change password, setup-install, mysql on a mac”

  1. darkrai87 Says:

    @sebargentino Dude, your looking at the wrong video. This is for installing on MAC only. >.<

  2. benhuayang Says:

    it’s helps me ! Thanks Mate!

  3. sebargentino Says:

    on windows where is terminal?

  4. Jojodmo2010 Says:

    im working on geting the logblock plugin for minecraft, when i enter the password on terminal what is it?

  5. BAMFXC1UTCHIT Says:

    Sorry for the inturuption i actually fixed it i had it the entire time and i made it take 5days not 5 minutes but this vid did help 😀

  6. BAMFXC1UTCHIT Says:

    @BAMFXC1UTCHIT i do have root enabled

  7. BAMFXC1UTCHIT Says:

    i keep getting an error says i need super privleges please help

  8. ihgames Says:

    @rockon1990 You’re welcome. :-)

  9. rockon1990 Says:

    @ihgames This is brilliant, anyone having the issues of command not found and stuff like that, this sorted it right out, cheers

  10. ihgames Says:

    @EthanAlef No problem. I work with Unix every day at work and Mac OS X has a Unix back end. You could effectively do it by typing the path out each time you run the ‘sql’ command but I figured a short tutorial on how to add the path to a profile would help people more.

  11. ihgames Says:

    @deshapoui No problem. 🙂

  12. EthanAlef Says:

    Why dont you use Workbench provided?

  13. EthanAlef Says:

    @ihgames Thank God! How do you know that ?!

  14. deshapoui Says:

    @ihgames thanks dude! It worked.

  15. tristarterror Says:

    It won’t let me post the link. Look up coolest guy planet dot net and the article is how to install php mysql apache on os x 10 6
    It works for 10.7 as well.

  16. tristarterror Says:

    I had issues with the command not found error as well. I am running Lion 10.7 too. I found a tutorial that has you change or create a .bas_profile before running the sudo command and that solved the issue for me.

  17. ihgames Says:

    The ‘command not found’ problem sounds Unix based. Here’s a fix:

    Navigate to Users/[your_username_here] in Terminal
    Type ‘ls -a’ to see if there’s a .profile file
    To create (or edit) a .profile, type ‘vi .profile’
    When vi opens, press i once to go to insert mode and add the line:
    export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/mysql/bin
    Press escape to exit insert mode and type ‘:wq’ to save and exit.
    Type exit to end the Terminal session. Then completely close and restart Terminal.
    That should work.

  18. glennsnoise Says:

    I’m having the same ‘command not found’ error that so many others are having. You seem to think that every one of us is typing in the incorrect command, yet we all seem to be having the same problem. I’m running 10.5.8, and would really appreciate it if you could provide a response a little more meaningful than, “Google the appropriate command.” You have put up a teaching video. So, teach, then.

  19. adamregskater Says:

    @WowCreations4u Sudo command may not work if they do not have developer tools installed (xcode)

  20. WowCreations4u Says:

    @TheDailyMine I Have replied to several personal messages. The only reason for that command line not to work is A. your version of mac is outdated for the above command line (and you need to google the appropriate command) or B. you missed a step. It works for numerous people that is the best help I can give with little information.

  21. TheDailyMine Says:

    Why are you ignoring the questions?
    We all have the same problem :/

  22. LivingSkits Says:

    can’t we just use xampp?

  23. tolla89 Says:

    computername:~ apple$ sudo mysql_secure_installation
    sudo: mysql_secure_installation: command not found
    computername:~ apple$

    ?? 🙂

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