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  • If you're logged on as root, you can find mysqld by issuing the following command: find/­name mysqld ­print Technical Stuff The name mysqld stands for "mysql daemon."

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  • If you're logged on as root, you can find mysqld by issuing the following command: find/­name mysqld ­print Technical Stuff The name mysqld stands for "mysql daemon."

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  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

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  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Also note that some distributions ship an additional mysqld binary called mysqld-akonadi which has AppArmor set up correctly.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

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