I am working on an epos system using java and mysql as database backend. It has been more than 3 weeks since I am stuck, googling a lot did not help then my friend told me, issue is with my fedora. I am using fedora 9 and in no mood to upgrade as I have more than 90gb of data that I cannot risk. ok coming back to my topic.
I have done this:
export set classpath =/path/to/mysql/jar/file:$CLASSPATH
I have checked my Java code thousand times yet... no go!!
service mysqld status
Shows that mysql is started and working.
My friend who is also using fedora has the same issue with fedora 10 but his issue is after he reboots the classpath is reset but for classpath gets reset immediately after I close the terminal.
I can say this by doing this
Sorry for poor english and bad technical knowledge about operating system.
Please help, very urgent, project deadline in 1week. Please help.
Thank you very much.