Hi to all,
We found this error to (or more or less) with Fedora 2.1b in a Fedora Cor=
The problem that you have is with the conection with the Mysql Database.
You have a trobule with the name of the user FedoraAdmin or the problem t=
connect using "localhost".
You can try to connect to the Mysql by command emulating the Fedora=20
With linux you can try this command (sorry but I don't know in windows):
mysql -u USER -pPASSWORD -h HOST DBNAME
my real parameters are:
mysql -u fedoraAdmin -pfedoraAdmin -h localhost fedora21b
if you can connect with I'm wrong about my solution. If you can't connect=
with it you may try to cange the localhost by the real name of your host =
maybe the password of fedora.fcfg ...
Jordi Pallar=E8s LLorens
>From: "Ronda A. Grizzle" <rag9b@...>
>Reply-To: "Ronda A. Grizzle" <rag9b@...>
>To: "Beach, Katie A" <Katie.A.Beach@...>, Fedora-users@....=
>Subject: Re: [Fedora-users] Can't log-in to fedora-admin
>Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 16:07:01 -0500
>What version of Fedora are you running? also version of java? did you=20
>download the binary or the source version of the files?
>If you'll send me your fedora.fcfg file, I'll take a look at that as wel=
>--On Wednesday, December 21, 2005 2:40 PM -0600 "Beach, Katie A"=20
>>I've been having this problem since I loaded Fedora - hence I really
>>haven't been able to use it yet! I'm running on Windows XP and have
>>MySql 5.0 install on my PC. I downloaded Fedora and installed per the
>>instructions. I have both the client and the server on my PC. I ran
>>the mysql-config srcript and it seems to have run fine. When I get to
>>running fedora-start I get an error:
>>"java.sql.SQLException MESSAGE: Invalid authorization specification
>>message from server: "Access denied for user 'fedoraAdmin'@'localhost'
>>(using password: YES)"
>>However it seems Fedora is still running in the background?? I run
>>fedora-admin from the client and try to login and I get an error dialog
>>popup with no text:
>> [Image: "Picture (Device Independent Bitmap)"]
>>Has anyone else come across this issue?? I've also tried running with
>>mckoi, but have run across a similar database connection issue and ende=
>>up with the same strange dialog box.
>>Thanks!! Any help in the right direction would be GREATLY
>Ronda A. Grizzle
>Technical Coordinator, Fedora Project
>Digital Library Research & Development
>Fedora-users mailing list
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