2008-02-12 03:54:39     can`t find mysql in compiled kernel

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2008-02-12 03:54:39     can`t find mysql in compiled kernel

klaus hauer (AFGHANISTAN)

Message: 50918    hi all,

 

i compiled my kernel with mysql support (client). After downloading on my board, I couldn`t find mysql in a directory or start mysql.

 

Whats wrong?

 

Thanks Klaus

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2008-02-12 04:03:26     Re: can`t find mysql in compiled kernel

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 50920    that's kind of too high level / general to really start with

 

what distribution/kernel/toolchain version ?

 

make sure you have mysql actually selected in your user/vendor settings

 

look at the output while building to make sure mysql is actually compiled

 

check the romfs output to make sure the pieces are actually getting installed

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2008-02-12 10:20:19     Re: can`t find mysql in compiled kernel

klaus hauer (AFGHANISTAN)

Message: 50939    Hi again,

 

I´m using blackfin-toolchain-07r1.1-3.i386, blackfin-toolchain-elf-gcc-3.4-addon-07r1.1-3.i386, blackfin-toolchain-gcc-3.4-addon-07r1.1-3.i386, and the kernel 2.6.x.

 

I`m sure that I have enabled all the Settings in user/vendors.

 

I also attached a File with the compiling output, but I found no error.

 

Thanks for help

Kernel_Output.txt

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2008-02-12 10:47:15     Re: can`t find mysql in compiled kernel

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 50941    if you search the output you'll see mysql does get compiled up ... nothing actually gets merged to the romfs however

 

currently, it's up to you to pick out the binaries from user/mysql/ that you need ... client/server/whatever

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