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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():
>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)
>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.)

Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
parse errorapocoliptica26 Sep
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