Simon Schick wrote:
Just try to connect to your mysqlserver using a simple php script first.
Actually my next step was to try phpMyAdmin ;)
Having created a new user with the correct rights it just worked out of the box.
I was simply trying to use 'root' just to get going, but it seems that is
blocked somewhere and will only work internally. That is I could not log into
phpMyAdmin using 'root' ...
joomla is using mysqli but as yet is obviously not strict compliant as
http://gc.lsces.org.uk/ will demonstrate ... that is if I've not found where to
patch joomla since I don't want to switch E_STRICT off just for that. If I do
anything with joomla it will be replacing mysql, but to be honest I'll probably
just move most of the sites to something *I* can work with :) I've already
sorted the E_STRICT problem with my own stuff. I just need to get them running
Lester Caine - G8HFL
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