A few things...

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A few things...

Postby theMechanic » Fri Apr 04, 2003 8:44 am

First i would like to thank DLink for always being accessable. Some people just know how to run a business. He is always there to help. Speaking of help.... :P

I uploaded PHP 6 to my site. (Thanks Dlink)
I have some errors but with research at nukenewbie.org I found out that I need to run nuke.sql to create/compile databases. So here are the Questions:

1 How do I run nuke.sql?
2 Do i need to install MyAdmin to make my life easier/to run nuke.sql and where do i install it?
3 Should it be installed first or does it matter?

Thanx in advance
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Postby DLinkOZ » Fri Apr 04, 2003 10:50 am

The nuke.sql file actually has to be imported. Email it to me and I'll take care of it for you. You don't need any sort of msyql admin program to run nuke, but you can use them if you just want to tinker. The most popular is phpmyadmin, which just requires that you set the host info (like you asked me about in email) then upload the files to a directory on your site. Password protecting that directory is highly recommended. If you're not familiar with mysql, I'd suggest not tinkering :)
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