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In order to create a development environment for a project I am working on, I recently needed to install MySQL Server.  The first step was to download the msi.

Running this presents you with the installer splash screen, detailing the version of MySQL that you are about to install - in this case MySQL Server 5.1.

MySQL Installation - Splash Screen

Next you can choose whether to install a Typical, Complete or Custom installation.  Although this is the first time I have installed MySQL and the Custom option states "Recommended for advanced users" I opted to carry out a Custom installation, specifically so that I could be sure of what features and components were installed.

MySQL Installation - Type

On the Custom Setup screen you can choose which components to install.  By default the Developer Components are not included, but I opted to include some of these elements.

MySQL Installation - Custom Setup

Next up is the ready to install screen and then the intsallation progress.

MySQL Installation - Ready
 

MySQL Installation - Installing

Following the completion of the installation you are shown a few screens with details of the MySQL Enterprise subscription option.

MySQL Installation - Subscription

Finally the installation is complete and you are offered the chance to configure and register MySQL.

MySQL Installation - Completed

Next I will be looking at the configuration of MySQL Server 5.1.

Posted on Friday, June 4, 2010 3:17 PM Random Thoughts of Interest | Back to top


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