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OS 10.2 ...mysql4.0 ..command not found

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I don\'t know what happened....


Last week I had mysql running (4.01) on OS 10.2. I had the \"Welcome to MyQL Monitor\" message and a mysql> prompt.


I downloaded phpMyadmin and am trying to configure it properly (or test if it is).


Now, when I get into my Terminal and go to:


cd /user/local/mysql/bin


and enter: sudo mysqld_safe, all I get is \"command not found\"


sudo mysqladmin ...pls enter password....I enter password and get


\"sudo: mysqladmin : command not found\"


I try:

sudo mysql -u root mysql ....pls enter password... command not found.


Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong?

Did I screw up my maching?



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