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Upon opening my VS Code project and selecting the single HTML file inside it, a prompt appeared stating that the HTML file doesn’t exist: “(Error: Unable to resolve nonexistent file [file path])”. I opened the only other VS Code project I have containing an HTML file and the single HTML file within that project had disappeared as well.
I’m trying to get a project I have up and running on a Linux Ubuntu machine on a new MacBook Pro but I’m getting the following error when running
pip install mysqlclient within a virtual environment. Please not, it install within issue in the main environment. I’m new to iOS so not sure where to go
I’m trying to follow along this tutorial to enable remote access to MySQL. The problem is, where should
my.cnf file be located? I’m using Mac OS X Lion.
First off, yeah, I’ve already seen this:
I’m trying to setup up MySQL on mac os 10.6 using Homebrew by
brew install mysql 5.1.52.
I’m just starting out with Ruby (and rails). I did the setup according to http://ruby.railstutorial.org/ruby-on-rails-tutorial-book#sec:ruby gems, using
rvm. I have everything working well with sqlite.
I am trying to change MySql root password.
I accidentally installed the PowerPC version of MySQL on my Intel Mac in Snow Leopard, and it installed without a problem but of course doesn’t run properly. I just didn’t pay enough attention. Now when I try to install the correct x86 version it says that it can’t install because a newer version is already installed. A Google query led me to perform these actions/delete these files to uninstall it:
Long story short, when I write the following: