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From beya! <>
Subject Re: MySQL Failed Connection...
Date Tue, 16 Nov 2004 15:38:38 GMT
Roberto, for real, I changed the database to postgreSQL. I spent days 
trying to connect to mySQL and in the end nearly ended up throwing my 
computer into the river..... What version of mySQL are you using? By 
the way, were you able to find out whether mySQL was started or not?


On 16 Nov 2004, at 15:33, Roberto wrote:

> Andrew,
> thanx for the support. But for real did you change your database? I 
> cant do that... I mean I got my actually db in MySQL & I need to use 
> it.
> I made the check you suggested me, but the problem is still the same 
> #@#@@##!! As you right said is a nightmare, but I have to solve it!!
> Ciao
> ROb
> ----- Original Message -----
>  From: beya!
> To:
> Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 10:31 AM
> Subject: Re: MySQL Failed Connection...
> Roberto,
> I had the same problem with mySQL 4.1 last week which was a complete 
> nightmare. I could not connect to it at all. In the end I discovered 
> that mySQL was not started even though I gave it the command to start 
> and in the terminal window it said that the mySQL service had started.
> Check to see whether mySQL has really started:
> /bin/mysqladmin version
> If the service is started, the next thing to do is check the user 
> privileges. If that doesn't work, use postgreSQL which is what I ended 
> up doing ;-)
> regards
> Andrew
> On 16 Nov 2004, at 09:18, Roberto wrote:
> Salue Francois and merci,
> well I did exactely as you wrote, same stuff. You know what I send 
> everything to a friend that have the same configuration as mine & he 
> told me that on his computer works fine.
> So the problems seems on my one... but I don't know what I have to 
> check because I got the same problem on my notebook at home.
> Roberto

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