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by Paul Roantree / September 10, 2005 4:48 AM PDT

I went to a web site for Look Cycles in France and received numerous messages regarding 'error in mysql, file not authorised', etc. Does this mean I have to have mysql loaded to view the web pages? Just interested. I could view somm, but not all pages. I went to mysql site, but downloads were not for windows.

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re: mysql
by Kees Bakker / September 10, 2005 4:58 AM PDT
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Mysql runs at the webserver (or at a database server networked to the webserver). Any errors you see are generated there.
All you can do: send an email to their webmaster with a complaint. He's the only one to can repair it (or have it repaired).

Hope this helps.


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by Paul Roantree / September 10, 2005 5:10 AM PDT
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Thank you, Kees, this is an area of computing I have only recently encountered. It seems an open source data base which requires a migration tool for windows,and supports PHP, Python and Perl, amongst others. I need to research a bit more . . .

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by Paul Roantree / September 10, 2005 5:16 AM PDT
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When trying to access I get this message:

Warning: mysql_connect(): Access denied for user: 'my9078@' (Using password: YES) in /home/httpd/vhosts/ on line 49

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i guess you tried here too
by jonah jones / September 10, 2005 5:40 AM PDT
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You will have a lot to learn ...
by Kees Bakker / September 10, 2005 5:25 AM PDT
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if you want to program your own website with tools like this (PHP, Perl, Python, ASP with a MYSQL database backend). It's stuff for IT-professionals, in my opinion.

If you've got a nice site (say, a site where we can search your database of vintage cars or books on Intuit or whatever you choose) post it here so we can admire it. The next step: make it possible for the users to update the database (like any Internet-shop does, or wikipedia).

Good luck,


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(NT) (NT) Not Quite Ready!
by Paul Roantree / September 10, 2005 5:54 AM PDT
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