can't be that hard, can it? how do I make the 'nukes' user manually (without the script).
it also can't be that hard to go over and read the mysql documentation on how to create a user.
the above sql statement should create the user for you. what version of mysql are you using?
what else is in the mysql.user table that could be causing a duplicate key issue?
Do you using Linux?
I have something similar with my Fedora Core 2 distro.
I'm using mysql 4.0.18
the installation is maybe a month old so it should have no issues. Anyway I'm using Apache 2 on windows.
And I'm not a mysql coder, nor do I know the settings for the nukes user I have to enter. Isn't this the place to get a little feedback?
There are two records in the mysql.user table:
but even when it's empty I get that error?
Weird problem anyway, never had any problems running a sql script before.
even when I enter the code into my mysql in dos it returns that error.
Why isn't there a configuration script where you can enter/adjust settings for the users 'root' and 'nukes' (like in phpnuke and postnuke).
Ok, I got it working.
But it only works on my computer =/
people from the outside get 'page can not be displayed' error. I run apache 2 at the same time is that the problem?
Looks great tho, I'm really looking forward working with this version