I have a little problem. I develop PHP applications for linux using mysql. I am running a test Mandrake 7.0 operating system for application development. Does anybody know how to start Mysql at boot time because it's not starting when I issue the command. It gives me an error that it can't switch directories. I know how to start it with yast on suse but am lost with Mandrake. Please help.


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Jerome Gagner