On 08/02/08 21:12, Adam Wakerhauser wrote:
I am packaging an application that needs to create a database. By
default it uses mysql. What is the debian way of letting a package
create a database and database user? Would I use "/etc/mysql/debian.cnf"?
I may have missed it in the documentation. I have been reading various
tutorials, the _New Maintainers' Guide_ and the _Developer's Reference_
but not cover to cover yet. Could someone please recommend the
Probably in post-inst. I know that postgresql-8.3 creates a
database, so you might want to examine it, or it's source package.
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08-03-2008, 09:23 AM
How dose a package create a database?
Adam Wakerhauser <email@example.com> writes:
> I am packaging an application that needs to create a database. By
> default it uses mysql. What is the debian way of letting a package
> create a database and database user? Would I use