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    Re: open64 problem


    did you download the source to the client or
    server?

    thanks!
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    Re: open64 problem


    Well I think it was the Client / Server version, but can't be sure !
    Julien
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    Re: open64 problem


    i solved this problem for myself by installing the glibc 2.1.2-11 rpm

    ran rpm -U glibc...

    i believe i had something like version 1.x.x of glibc before. well whatever came with redhat 5.2

    deno
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    PHP, Python, Perl or a combination?


    Hi I have a few questions. I'm going to take some time off to learn a CGI type scripting language to use with mysql databases for a web site. Extensive manipulation of the database by the web interface will take place. Which works better and is easy to learn - PHP, Python, PHP and Perl, or a combination? I'm not an experienced programmer, and I'm trying to figure out which one I should take the time to learn? All my work will be web programming. Any advice would be great!
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    Re: Can't get GRANT command to work


    Chris,
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    I you upgraded from MySQL <= 3.22.10 to a newer release, you will need to run the /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables utility to use GRANT. This may be the source of your trouble.
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    Hope this helps,
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    MDBritt
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    scripts/mysql_install.db doesn't work


    I manage to |tar -xvf - the tarball fine, to build the link and the mysql account fine, but when i type, as mysql, 'scripts/mysql_install_db', i get a 'file does not exist' error.
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    This is for Red Hat 6.0, btw.
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    What I *do* have in scripts/ is a number of *.sh files, including mysql_install_db.sh. What simple step am I missing here? Following the documentation verbatim, as usual, isn't getting it done.
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    Thanks.
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    scripts/mysql_install.db doesn't work


    I manage to |tar -xvf - the tarball fine, to build the link and the mysql account fine, but when i type, as mysql, 'scripts/mysql_install_db', i get a 'file does not exist' error.

    This is for Red Hat 6.0, btw.

    What I *do* have in scripts/ is a number of *.sh files, including mysql_install_db.sh. What simple step am I missing here? Following the documentation verbatim, as usual, isn't getting it done.

    Thanks.
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    Re: It asks me to save the file to disk


    I am having the identical problem. Has anyone been able to solve this?
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    TELNET


    Does anyone nkow of a good TELnET client I can use with MySQL?

    I have to cobble together solutions at the min and I want a 1 stop shop if poss !
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    Re: On the Server PHP Ok But Browser No


    If you can run the php script from the command line and it returns data just fine but you get some funky error like "0 return at line 13" then that is a permissions problem.

    if you are running the web server as nobody then make sure that you grant usage to the database and also select, insert and delete to the database. Take a look at your /usr/local/var/$HOSTNAME.log to see how your web server is calling the database.

    mysql> grant usage on example.* to nobody@localhost
    mysql> grant select, insert, delete on example.* to nobody@localhost.


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    Re: Warning: MySQL Connection Failed: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket


    Make sure that a previous version of Mysql isn't running. Do a "ps -A|grep mysqld" (on Linux) to see if you have any mysql daemons running.
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    Setting up Oracle


    Can anyone help me? What do I need to do to set up PHP to access an Oracle 8 database? I can find tons of info on MySQL but not much on Oracle 8
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    Re: Password for web user?


    >what is preferred is to use cookies to >store this information. i don't have a
    >handy referrence around, but you should
    >be able to find something relevant
    >on the web.

    I REALY LIKE COOKIES!!!
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    Re: Access problems



    Has this issue been solved by anyone? I'm
    experiencing the same results on a new
    installation of mysql 3.22.27 on RedHat 6.1.

    When I specify a password in the user table
    I _never_ connect, always denied. I clear
    the password & I can connect. I would really
    like to have the password enabled, any news
    or suggestions?

    Thanks,
    mAk



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    Re: Warning: MySQL Connection Failed: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket


    Standard the mysql.sock file is placed in /tmp wich will be emptyed on a reboot.

    Change the mysql.sock path in the file "configure" en compile.

    Your file will not be removed and you can run mysql.

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