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You have to add -I(replace this with the path where the mysql includes are) to your CFLAGS. The C++ compiler does not look for includes on the PATH.


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Is there a way through a MySQL command, to remove anything from the , onward? For this you should use the SUBSTRING_INDEX function: UPDATE directory SET contactEmail = SUBSTRING_INDEX(contactEmail, ',', -1); but before you run UPDATE on real data, please have a backup or perform the test on another table.


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You are misreading your netstat output. tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:3306 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN The port is bound only for use by localhost (Interprocess communication). For a listener, "Local Address" indicates the address that is being listened on. since the only computer that can connect to 127.0.0.1 is the localhost, noone else can ...


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Exactly the same happened to me, I tried the following query and it worked: USE mysql; CHECK TABLE db; If it returns db is corrupt, then repair it using REPAIR TABLE db; CHECK TABLE db; You should get status as OK.



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