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Depending on your needs, it might be fine to just install it in a headless virtual box that's set to autostart at boot. It gives you the option of running an actual LAMP stack with minimal overhead.
The file might not be marked executable. Try this: Open Terminal.app Enter: "chmod u+x " (without the quotes but with the space) but don't press enter yet 3.Drop the "Install_MySQL_5.6.25.command" file on the Terminal.app window. The full path to "Install_MySQL_5.6.25.command" should appear. Press enter The file is now marked as executable and you ...
mysql-utils is a different cask brew cask install mysql-utilities if you do a brew search mysql you can see the caskroom casks $ brew search mysql automysqlbackup mysql ✔ mysql++ mysql-cluster mysql-connector-c mysql-connector-c++ mysql-sandbox mysql-search-replace mysqltuner homebrew/php/php53-mysqlnd_ms homebrew/php/php55-mysqlnd_ms ...
Post Install Set-up Have you been through the post installation set up? In particular, Securing the Initial MySQL Accounts is important because it sets up the default users and passwords. brew You may want to try installing MySQL via the homebrew project. With brew installed, you can install MySQL using the command: brew install mysql MAMP ...
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