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natchezjohn
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Lost db

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I installed a server from the Software Manager and now I can't find it. It's not in applications menu
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Re: Lost db

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Typically only GUI applications enter themselves into the menu. Command line applications like server software is to be accessed from a command line, i.e. a terminal window. ;)
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Re: Lost db

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Thanks for responding. What kind of command would I use?
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Re: Lost db

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What was the server you installed?
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Re: Lost db

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Ubuntu Mysql
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Re: Lost db

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I have installed a gui so can take it from here. Thanks for responding
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