On Saturday, September 22, 2012 18:58:13 Martin Kho wrote:
On Saturday 22 September 2012 10:20:52 Garry Williams wrote:
> What am I doing wrong?
Have you akonadi-mysql installed?
Yes, Rex Deiter replied the same off-list.
The real problem was that I updated "kde\*" and that didn't include
akonadi. Installing akonadi-mysql restored the missing configuration
file. But the 'Unable to add column' problem was due to my local
mysql.conf file. I uncommented this line to get past the error:
I don't know why this was commented or even why the file was there in
the first place. I renamed the file and restarted akonadi and all is
Thanks for the suggestion.
Garry T. Williams