|Sep 10, 2010, 04:53 AM||#1|
Hi I just recently upgraded to Snow Leopard on my Mac Book.
There was no issues except for mySQL wouldn't Work. Did a quick search for the issue and found the simply solution to upgrade to mySQL 5.1. In my haste I download and installed this without backing up my older DB's in mysql 4.1.
Of course now I have a fully function mySQL 5.1 and my old db's hopefully still in the mysql4.1 folder on my mac book. I have know Idea how to copy or import these into mysql5.1. I have limited experience using the terminal on a MAc but have managed to find the old 4.1 folder in the mySQL folder. Anyone know where to start???
|Sep 10, 2010, 06:23 AM||#2|
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