Good afternoon everyone,
I have a site running on Apache 1.3.24, PHP 4.2.0, and MySQL 3.23.49 all
done on a W2K box. Whenever I run as regular user instead of admin, my site
runs but cannot make any db connections through the PHP scripts. I
installed MySQL as a service, but it won't run when I switch from admin to
"joe blow" user accounts. Why is the Apache service able to run on other
user accounts but MySQL is not? I remember the option "enable for all
users" when Apache installed, but MySQL gave no such option on install that
Has anybody else had this problem? The site doesn't get enough hits to
warrant a single-use computer, so I need to be able to have multiple user
accounts. I looked at the service properties of mysql in control panel but
found no options which could make a difference (or so I think).
My apologies for posting this problem to the group. I realize it is
off-topic, but I'm not sure where to post it after reviewing the MySQL faq
at mysql.com and not finding anything.
To Summarize, HERE'S THE QUESTION: How do you configure the mysql daemon to
run under any user account on Windows?
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