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Thread began 4/22/2009 9:26 am by mark282611 | Last modified 9/03/2009 10:36 am by mark282611 | 4545 views | 9 replies


mySQL and sodu command in Terminal

I followed the directions in your "How to install PHP/MySQL on Mac OS 10.5"
All was well until the very last step of changing password. I typed a " instead of an ' and hit return. Now when I open terminal and try to type any sort of a command, nothing happens. There is no blinking cursor, nothing. I am a newbie and afraid I a have screwed up my Mac by being an ignorant sodu commander.

I have no idea what to do. My goal is to make an online store with DW CS4. I bought the Web Developer Suite but am a neophyte who has spent two days on the very first step of trying to set up a testing server. I am in a bad place.

Can anyone help me with my sodu Terminal woes?

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