Thanks for all the help.  I finally got it running by running winmysqladmin

Eddie

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I honestly can't give you an answer on that as I haven't installed mysql on
XP.  On linux there are 2 ways to connect to your server, socket or tcp.  I
am not sure on the windows version.  I just know that trying to access
anything on a firewalled machine, even from itself, via tcp with XP didn't
work until I disable ICF.

Try running winmysqladmin though if you haven't already.  or give a more
detailed error message.

Jason

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Forgive me if this is a dumb question but is that still the case if mysql is
on the same machine?

Thanks,
Eddie

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by default on a new xp install the firewall is enabled.  stops everything on
your network from getting thru.  if port 3306 is blocked then accessing
mysql thru ip would be denied.
To disable internet connection firewall...

I have not installed mysql on xp, but the same thing happens with irc, http
servers, ftp servers, netbios, file sharing, etc.

In Control Panel, double-click Networking and Internet Connections, and then
click Network Connections.
Right-click the connection on which you would like to disable ICF, and then
click Properties.
On the Advanced tab, click the box to clear the option to Protect my
computer or network.

Jason

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that didn't cause me any issues on my install.  why do you have to turn
that off.  i'm not doubting you, just curious?

Jeff




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turn off the xp firewall as well.

Jason

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probably b/c of grants/rights
did you run a -- grant all on *.* to user@localhost ?  or something of the
sort. or set up root to have access

can you connect via command line?

HTH
Jeff




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I got a new laptop yesterday that has xp home loaded.  I installed mysql
last night but get errors that I can't connect to 'localhost'.  Any ideas?

Thanks,
Eddie


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