Thanks for the info...  As it turns out, I am just a blithering idiot...  I
didn't know that I had to create a separate user...  As I said, that shows
my newbieness...

However, this has lead me to another question...  The default database,
"mysql," comes with a "users" file already...  How do I create that in a new
database??  Or can I just copy the existing to a new database?


"Jason Wong" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Tuesday 03 December 2002 23:09, Chase wrote:
> > I am the first to admit that this question belongs on a MySQL newsgroup
> > instead of here, but I can't seem to find a newsgroup that will answer
> > me...
> > Here is a newbie question.  I am running a Win2K Advanced Server with
> > 5<?>, PHP4, and MySQLmax 3.23.53.  I am by no means experienced in
> > up any of these items, but my simple question is, how do I determine the
> > name of the MySQL server so I can get PHP to connect to it?
> If they're all on the same server use 'localhost'.
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