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Apple Removes MySQL From Lion Server 303

sfcrazy also noticed that Apple has officially removed MySQL from Lion Server, opting instead to include PostgreSQL, albeit in command line only form. The article speculates that the change is because MySQL is now Oracle property, and Apple is concerned about IP issues following all the legal issues surrounding Java.
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Apple Removes MySQL From Lion Server

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  • by DogDude ( 805747 ) on Wednesday August 03, 2011 @10:09AM (#36972094) Homepage
    "I assume the local apple store provides fantastic support to server buyers just as they do for everyone else; for a small business owner this is vital."

    As a small business owner, there is nothing more that I want to do than to drive my server down to the local mall when I'm having a problem. (Hint: Successful small businesses generally don't use Apple products).

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