Documents how to run KDE applications requiring a RDBMS from a single, system-wide server installation. This is a DRAFT document targeted at KDE 4.7. Contents 1 Applications 1.1 Akonadi 1.2 Amarok 1.3 digiKam 1.3.1 Migration 2 FAQ 2.1 Why does KDE run so many instances of MySQL in the first place? 3 Backup tips 4 Resources Applications Akonadi Amarok digiKam See Digikam/Using_digiKam_with_MySQL. Migration digiKam 2.1 has an excellent database migration wizard, accessible via the Tools → Database Migration… menu. FAQ Why does KDE run so many instances of MySQL in the first place? Backup tips Resources Single database for KDE programs | The Noughmad's Land — Basic overview: configuring Akonadi, Amarok, and digiKam Akonadi on a MySQL Server | etbe - Russell Coker — Migrating an existing Akonadi setup to another server How to setup your external SQL server for Akonadi — Configuring your server for Akonadi Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Single_database_server&oldid=261737" Hidden category: Needs work This page was last edited on 17 August 2012, at 18:05. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.