default user/password for MySQL messed up

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default user/password for MySQL messed up

Unread post by HarryPotter » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:42 pm

It seems that with FW 728 there is the initial MySQL handling completely messed up:

on a new installation or a mysql password reset and deletion of the tables (using WebUI) I get the following (phpmyadmin):

- user root can not access (access denied) :evil:
- with everything (EVERYTHING!!!) else you can login, just leave the password field empty :!: evewrybody has all permissions for the two db (test, information_scheme), but can not add new db.

I checked it with FW 728 and FW 729.

The idea is brought up by anselmdk in this thread and is also reported on the german forum.

I just submitted a support form.
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Re: default user/password for MySQL messed up

Unread post by HarryPotter » Tue Dec 02, 2008 6:57 pm

problem solved, its not a FW issue but a change in the phpmyadmin conventions.
the FAQ has to be adjusted.

Please refer to this post
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