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    Am I correct in saying MySQL comes pre-installed in Fedora Core 2? And if so, how do I configure it?

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    I dont think that buy default it is installed, but if you dled the iso's ,you should be in good shape, during install just select the mySQL server package.
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    Thanks.
    Yeah, when I installed I selected Everything, so it should be on there.

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    granted, that will install mySQL, but i wouldn't recommend installing everything, there are alot of security risk in running everyprocess that you can find, and it will slow down the server, its your choice (mostly depending on the importance of your data, number of hits per day, and the other computers you are connected to. If you are on a network, it will be very easy for someone to gain access to other computers on the network should you have 20 servers running, most of them unconfigured. A well configured linux box can become almost impregniable, but if you aren't running anything critical or arent on a network, or nobody would bother to compramise what you are doing, then w/e its your choice.
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