Try just /usr as DB_HOME – I believe there’s a clarifying comment in
the RT2 Makefile:
DB_HOME is where the Database’s commandline tools live. $DB_HOME/bin
should contain the binaries themselves, e.g. if “which mysql” gives
“/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql”, $DB_HOME should be “/usr/local/mysql”
Ergo, the /bin/ is redundant and adds the extra ‘/’
DB_HOME = /usr <-- My Redhat 7.3 entry
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Subject: [rt-users] MySQL issues during RT 2.0.15 install
Beware, this is a question from an RT-newbie.
System is running Redhat 7.3, with MySQL installed as part of the
installation. So the mysql executable is at /usr/bin/mysql, and
is at /usr/bin/mysqladmin.
I was able to resolve all the dependencies without any problems.
I run “make install” and get the following error:
Enter the mysql administrator’s database password to create a new user
bin/initacls.mysql: /usr/bin//bin/mysql: No such file or directory
Enter the mysql administrator’s database password to nondestructively
reload the database
bin/initacls.mysql: /usr/bin//bin/mysqladmin: No such file or directory
make: *** [acls] Error 127
It complains about directories not being there, but the paths it is
referring to are clearly wrong.
I have DB_HOME set to /usr/bin/. My guess is that the problem is with
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