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It turns out that under Mac OS 10.5, the MySQL socket is in /private/
tmp/ rather than in the default location used by php. Changing the
configuration file /private/etc/php.ini to look for the socket in /
private/tmp/mysql.sock solved the problem.
On Feb 11, 5:06 pm, Duane Small <dsm...@twcny.rr.com> wrote:
> I'm new to MySQL. I've just installed it (Mac OS 10.5) and can access
> a database from the terminal command line and from OpenOffice using
> JDBC. After configuring php per instructions athttp://foundationphp.com/tutorials/php_leopard.phpand moving SQL
> Buddy to the web site location, I can get the login screen. It
> defaults to MySQL, localhost, and root, but when I enter the password
> it reports that there was a problem logging in, as though the password
> were wrong. Any suggestions as to what I might be doing wrong?
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