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cymru
post Aug 4 2004, 05:59 PM
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Hi guys/gals

I've got Yellowdog linux on my iMac G4. I've got Apache 2 and Mysql running. I've donwloaded mysqlcc to add a GUI for working with MySQL. However, after i installed, I run e.g. /usr/bin/mysqlcc/mysqlcc and I get a bash message: unable to execute binary file. This is all it says and doesn't offer me any clues as to why it won't execute it. Anyone got any ideas?

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post Aug 4 2004, 06:03 PM
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stupid question, but is the file there? Sorry, I have to ask, you got Yellow Dog working on your Mac so you seem like you have some idea what you're doing, but that isn't always the case.


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post Aug 4 2004, 06:06 PM
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Yeah, the file is there. Not a stupid question. I got gcc installed so I know it ain't nothing to do with that (had a similar problem with OSX but ggc cured it).
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post Aug 4 2004, 06:35 PM
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ok, so than the problem more than likely that the binary file is bad. That could be caused by any number of problems.

There weren't any errors durring the compiling I take it. Hummm I guess I would say to go back and make sure that it all got compiled right with the correct options. I wouldn't know how to start going about narrowing down what is wrong with the binary and correcting it. Maybe somebody else does.


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also make sure the permissions are executable .... do:

chmod 755 /usr/bin/mysqlcc/mysqlcc


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QUOTE (hughesjr @ Aug 4 2004, 07:18 PM)
also make sure the permissions are executable .... do:

chmod 755 /usr/bin/mysqlcc/mysqlcc

That done it! thanks guys..... biggrin.gif
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