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Uninstall Mysql???


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Hi all!

I had mysql-5.0.51a-osx10.5-x86 installed on Leopard. Then I decided to install mysql-5.1.23-rc-osx10.5-x86 on top of it. I thought it would automatically remove or update the previous version. But now I am not sure whether it did or not.

Could u tell me how to (manually) uninstall the previous version?
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