On Fri, 14 Feb 2003 11:30:03 +0200
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Evan Morris) wrote:
> Thanks for all the help everyone sent me on this. However, nothing
> seems to make any difference whatsoever (except putting the
> 'localhost' part in quotes). I am still getting permission denied
> errors based on the user credentials.
> I have entered a user into the user table with host='localhost',
> user='php' and a password.
> I have entered these credentials into the db table also, and given the
> various privileges for this user to the specific database.
> I have run both mysqladmin reload and mysqladmin flush-privileges.
> I have even rebooted the machine.
> I have also tried typing GRANT SELECT,INSERT,DELETE,UPDATE TO
> php@localhost IDENTIFED BY *******, but this just throws up an error
> at the MySQL prompt.
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO php@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'pass' WITH
To give user php admin access for testing (you may want to revoke this
later). Remember to:
to put the new privileges into affect.
> My PHP page can still not connect to the database. It just says:
> MySQL Connection Failed: Access denied for user: 'php@localhost'
> (Using password: YES)
> I know the problem is a permissions thing, because if I connect to the
> test database as 'nobody', there is no problem.
Can you connect as php from the prompt?
> Again, any and all help will be appreciated. This is ridiculously
> frustrating, especially since I have no problem connecting to the
> database from a perl script. I am tempted to stop trying to learn PHP
> and build my entire web site using perl cgi instead.
You might want to create a new user for testing using the GRANT command
above, don't enter anything into the host or db tables as I suspect this
is where things are fouled.
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