Originally Posted by go0ogl3
I think there is a date formatting problem on your system...
Can you run the next commands and post the output here:
The output should be for example:
user@main:~$ date +%d
user@main:~$ date +%F
user@main:~$ date +%Y-%m
The last mysql errors are because of the date problems.
With the tempdir, I don't know why you get the error, there is the "check_tempdir" function which should create the tempdir if it's not there already and it's only failling if the /tmp dir does not exist (it's not a dir). I can put the "-p" option to mkdir but I don't know a linux computer whitout /tmp... so it's like a security option... I'm open to suggestions
Here is the results
root@c3po:~# date +%d
root@c3po:~# date +%F
root@c3po:~# date +%Y-%m
Here is the result of the ls -l of /tmp
drwxrwxrwx 6 root root 4096 2011-04-15 14:35 tmp