It might be mysql instead of mysqld. The following command will list all configured services.
chkconfig is the command line routine to configure services. If the previous command shows mysql then to configre mysql start at boot.
chkconfig --level 35 mysql on
To start mysql using the init scripts:
service mysql start
Its been awhile since I've played with SuSE but yast should be able to configure services to run at boot.
If you installed mysql from source then you will need to add the startup scripts to init.d or add a line to the rc.local file to start mysql.
Last edited by michaelk; 01-15-2005 at 10:32 AM.