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Thank you for posting this; it helped me out. A couple of small things I noticed while running through the steps (OS X 10.5.7 / MySQL 5.1.34 x86_64 Pkg):1. If you chose to install mySQL for 'this user only' then you'll want to delete the MySQL.prefPane directory from /Library/PreferencePanes rather than the system /Library/PreferencePanes.2. The /usr/local directory doesn't exist with a default OS X installation. Provided that you haven't installed other applications that use it (check this first!), you can remove the entire /usr/local (rm -rf /usr/local).3. I did notice that mySQL will create /usr/local if it doesn't exist, and /usr/local/include (though it is left empty), and /usr/local/lib with some Pkg directive that can be removed as well.
Os X Leopard Dmg Install
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Thank you very much for the help. It was very helpful. Now I can install it again thanks. By the way, I would like to know if you give tips for installing MySQL 5 on the leopard. I hope am not pushing my luck :-)
Hi thanks for the exact help that i was looking for :)But when i again tried to reinstall it from .dmg file it installed but i wasn't able to connect it, it says socketERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' (2)Can you help me out in it ASAP??
Thanks for this, really helpful. Only thing is if you are running snow leopard, and have installed the wrong version accidently (i installed the 64bit power pc version), you need to do two extra steps to completely remove the previous verison.
I have installed MySQL6 and as it won't run I tried to use MySQL5. After all these steps to delete all MySQL entries from the disk I still will not be able to install the MySQL5 version. The installed tells me, that there is still a new version of MySQL an the system and it will not continue.
This method works for installing OS X Snow Leopard onto a Mac from a USB Drive. It should also work for installing Leopard or other older versions of OS X on Intel Based Macs. Check back often for additional help and tips for your Mac.
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