Port Number for MYSQL - using MAMP
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Sep 22 02:48:37 CDT 2008
The server control panel didn't work on my Mac Intel with Leopard
either. I re-installed the 64-bit version of MySQL and the latest
version of the control panel and everything worked fine again.
Without error message, there is little I can say about the inability
to connect. What error do you get returned?
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On 22 sep 2008, at 09:21, Stephen Barncard wrote:
> Quick question.
> I've been using a local MySQL distribution on my machine (G5 dual
> tower running 10.5.5) and it's worked ok . It was harder on Leopard
> to install (had to 'make' it) but I've worried about dealing with it
> in the future and at the current time, I can't shut it down, the
> server control panel doesn't work.
> In the meantime Jim Alt turned me on to MAMP, a virtualized Apache
> server in an app.
> I've gotten it to work with Navicat, which has a field in the
> connect panel to select the PORT for MySQL. I think that proves
> that the two MySQLs don't conflict with each other.
> In Rev, I use Trevor's library to access RevDB. It has worked well
> with the MySQL installation that I installed in Leopard. However,
> with MAMP, I need to specify the port, which on the default MAMP
> setup is 8889.
> According to the docs, RevDB doesn't appear to have a separate PORT
> parameter, however one can append the port to the host parameter, like
> However, this doesn't seem to be working.
> Anyone successfully used MAMP's MySQL with Rev ?
> stephen barncard
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