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From:Vivek Khera Date:August 31 1999 2:42pm
Subject:Re: Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25
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>>>>> "MW" == Michael Widenius <monty@stripped> writes:

Ray> What does the "Using password: NO" mean?  Shouldn't that be YES, even
Ray> if the passwor is incorrect?

MW> Yes.  This means that mysqld did never get an password from you and
MW> this could mean that getpass() doesn't work.

MW> Did you try the following:

>>> remove 'HAVE_GETPASS' from config.h and recompile

This is not necessary on BSD/OS 4.0.1, nor any prior version.  MySQL
works just fine on these systems out of the box ever since we got you
to do the final port back for BSDI 3.0.

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Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25Ray Hodel27 Aug
  • Re: Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25Vivek Khera27 Aug
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Re: Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25Ray Hodel30 Aug
  • Re: Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25Michael Widenius31 Aug
    • Re: Using Passwords on BSDI 4.01 with MySQL 3.22.25Vivek Khera31 Aug
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