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mysql rights
« on: July 21, 2011, 05:12:26 pm »
You won't believe it, but i messed up my database right completely...
I was trying to install extra things on the server (like cacti, phpmyadmin...).

And somewhere, i messed up. I can't access the webmin anymore. It just returns a blank page.
When i stop the mysqld, and restart it with " sudo mysqld --skip-grant-tables", i can access it again.
So somewhere i messed up the rights.

Any idea how i can repair this? :$
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Re: mysql rights
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2011, 05:37:21 pm »
Provide the proper mysql authentication to /etc/pluto.conf

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Re: mysql rights
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2011, 05:43:09 pm »
Great,

This did the trick...


Thanks!!!
Version: linuxMCE 1004 (v 2012-07-01)
Extra's: Cacti, webmin, phpmyadmin, joomla

Server: MSI MS-7519 / E7400 2,8GB / 4GB / SSD 60GB / Radeon HD4350 / RTL8111 - 3C905C-TX
Orbiters: HTC Desire Z, HP PocketPC, Samsung Galaxy S, iPAD, ASUS eeePAD
Automation: EIB technology, KNX IP ROUTER 750
Phones: Cisco 7940, Cisco 7960
Camera's: IPCAM02