> Hi Rik,
> > Have you tried the _full_ user-identification (which is with host)?
> > GRANT ALL ON somedb.* TO 'someone'@'%';
> Yes I had (and just tried to verify) but it didn't help.
Oops, didn't use reply-to-list instead of reply-to-author, my apologies...
> Could it be Fedora's mysql packages are special somehow?
> Re-installing mysql after deletig its data-directory didn't help
> unfourtunatly. I also don't use fancy configuration, all I did was to copy
> my-medium.cnf to /etc/my.cnf and enabled innodb.
Hm, is the mysql-client library the same as the mysql-server?
And does mysql --host=127.0.0.1 --user=someone -p somedb work (or it's actual
IP-address, forcing the TCP/IP connect instead of possible sockets) ?