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From:Paul DuBois Date:September 26 1999 2:25am
Subject:Re: parse error
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At 9:14 PM -0500 9/25/99, <apocoliptica@stripped> wrote:
>My system admin (finally) installed mysql, and the latest apache w/ php
>support, on my server.
>I have mysqld running and starting on boot, but I was having massive
>problems getting the
>phpMyAdmin index page to come up so I whipped this up to check things out,
>it basically just contains phpinfo():
>
>http://destiney.com/phpMyAdmin/test.php3
>
>Looks to me like I have a good install.  Do I?
>
>So I go to change my root password using this :
>
>bajor> mysql -u root -p ************ mysql
>mysql> UPDATE user SET Password=PASSWORD('********') WHERE user='root';
>
>Query OK, 2 rows affected (0.00 sec)
>
>mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
>
>Then I get this error:
>ERROR 1064: parse error near 'FLUSH PRIVILEGES' at line 1

Probably a version of MySQL that's too old.  You can try mysqladmin reload
instead.  (Use your old password!  Once the reload takes place, you'll
need to use your new password.)

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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