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Problems with MAMP’s MySQL server on Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Category : Apache, Mac and Apple stuff · by Oct 29th, 2012

Lately I been having a lot of trouble with my MAMP mysql and I think it has something to do with Mac OS X Mountain Lion. Sometimes when I try to start MAMP, my apache server get launched but my mysql server doesn’t. What I do is terminate the mysql process before I startup MAMP and than it works. Execute these commands in terminal and restart MAMP


(4) comments

6 years ago · Reply

This works well!! Thank you very much!!

6 years ago · Reply

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Tim Squires
6 years ago · Reply

Hello, thank you, but where is the terminal window located? I have seen this solution posted in a number of places, but can’t figure out where to place the line of code. Many thanks :)

6 years ago · Reply

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