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From: Jesse (jcmsdlg.com)
Date: Fri Oct 10 2008 - 06:59:38 CDT
I have a PHP application that I inherited. I have it running on a Ubuntu
8.04 virtual machine. I have set up a user to access the MySQL database,
and from the command prompt, I can access it just fine. For instance, from
the Ubuntu prompt, if I type MySQL -umyuser -p, it asks me for the password
and after typing it in, I'm in. I can also see the only database I've given
that user access to, and I tried a simple SELECT and it worked fine.
However, when I access the database through the PHP application, I get the
error, "Access denied for user 'trucksma_db''localhost' (using password:
Can anyone tell me what the issue could be here? Why would I have "access
denied" through the PHP application, but not through the MySQL client?
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