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From:Gerald Clark Date:May 18 2001 2:29pm
Subject:Re: Telnet and ftp problem
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You don't use telnet or ftp to connect to the MySQL server.
You use the client "mysql".


Rodolfo Baselli wrote:

> Hi
> I've got a MySQL box running on a PIII/700 with SuSE Linux 6.4 and
> cannot connect to it via telnet and ftp.
> I have my telnet prompt back as I stop the MySQL server daemon (from the
> console ;-)).
> The MySQL client login is always straight, it never fails and I get the
> mysql> prompt immeditely.
> Has someone ever had this problem before?
> Server version is 3.22.32
> 
> Rodolfo Baselli (Italy)
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