I've got apache in Win32 system and MySQL 3,32...
As far as i know mysql admin needs a server (loclhost)
to work. The ODBC@localhost apears to me when i havn't
give permisions to a user to select a database. You
should check mysql database where you choose
--- Kevin Walker <KevinJWalker@stripped>
έγραψε: > I did not have Apache installed at the time
> reported this problem, but I
> do now.
> I was under the impression that the presence of
> Apache or any other server
> was not necessary, if all I am doing is creating a
> standalone database, not
> hooking up with a web page.
> Another member of the list suggested running
> WinMySQLAdmin to solve my
> problem. It worked. my.ini was created and now I can
> create and modify
> My only problem now is that the user name for all
> processes is
> ODBC@localhost. I don't want this but don't know how
> to change it as yet.
> Thanks for responding.
> >Kevin, have you got install Apache HTTP server?
> --- Kevin Walker <KevinJWalker@stripped>
> έγραψε: > Hi all
> > I've recently downloaded and installed MySQL
> > for Windows. I'm
> > running Win95 OSR2, and Winsock2 is installed.
> > is a standalone PC with
> > no web server or PHP installed on it.
> > As per the manual I started the server using
> > c:\mysql\bin\mysqld. By
> > pressed Ctrl-Alt-Del I can confirm that mysqld is
> > the task list. The
> > mysql.err file states 'Waiting for connections'.
> > I then tried to close the server, using mysqladmin
> > -u root shutdown. This
> > generated the message 'Unknown MySQL Server Host
> > 'localhost' (11001). Check
> > that mysqld is running on localhost and that the
> > port is 3306'.
> > If I type 'telnet localhost 3306' I get the
> > box titled 'Connect
> > Failed'.
> > Similarly, if I try to run mysql itself I get
> > 2005: Unknown MySQL
> > Server Host 'localhost' (11001).
> > I don't have any my.ini or my.cnf files resident
> > this PC. None was
> > created by the setup program.
> > It seems I've overlooked something quite simple,
> > this is my very first
> > attempt to work with MySQL. Can anybody suggest
> > I have done wrong, or
> > what I have failed to do or set? Thanks if you can
> > help.
> > Rgds
> > Kevin
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