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    free bsd start up


    When MySQL is installed on a FreeBSD machine, it automatically starts on start up. Where is this set? (same goes for postgres and apache) -- The reason I am asking is because they do not automatically start up now.

    I looked int the rc.conf and rc files, but could not find it.

    Also, when I try to su in mysql, it tells me 'this account is not currently available' ... any ideas?

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    Brett
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    the startup scripts are in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ by default.
    also, make sure you have: local_startup="/usr/local/etc/rc.d" in your rc.conf file.

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