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Re: Non-root install of MariaDB
An instant alternative (for the sake of future users) that was
suggested to me was MySQL Sandbox that could be customized for
On Nov 5, 2010, at 3:43 AM, Kristian Nielsen wrote:
Arun Jagatheesan <arun.jagatheesan.work@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
Is it mandatory to be a privileged user for MariaDB? (hope not so).
No, it's not.
Is there an existing documentation or any suggestions for a non-root
instal of MariaDB on Linux (CentOS)?
I would suggest starting from the INSTALL file in the distribution,
"Installing MySQL from Generic Binaries on Unix/Linux"
"MySQL Installation Using a Source Distribution"
They describe installing from binary tarball or source as the root
should be easy to adapt to use non-priviledged user.