Author Topic: Lets fix "I detected a new plug and play device: DCS-5300(D-LINK / IP CAMERAS  (Read 2614 times)

tschak909

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sorry, GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON pluto_main.* TO 'user@localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';


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To do that, you'd need to grant access to the laptop's IP using

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES TO username@192.168.80.xxx IDENTIFIED BY 'password';

from running mysql on the core,

then use the username and password when connecting from the laptop.


Just to let you know the command is:

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO username@192.168.80.138 IDENTIFIED BY 'password';

You must specify a database to grant to so i did a wild card *.*
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Sorry dint see your post before me owell
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i think i have the ID pci_8086_27c9
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this is what i have fount out from the web, I think im looking at mysql right
0x27c9   USB UHCI Controller   0x8086   Intel Corporation
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I used http://www.pcidatabase.com/
This page is primarily intended as an engineering resource* for people who need to deal with computers built around the PCI bus. It's reason for being is that there is no other centralized database of PCI device IDs. This database is entirely user-supported; all the data has been, and continues to be, furnished by those working in the PCI market. Feel free to add info for the use of others!
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