• Carl

    Carl - 2008-06-28

    Hi, I am installing SUMO on my web site to protect me against script injection..which has happened three times in the last six months. I have a website hosted for me, I do not have access to the hard drive.

    I have sumo uploaded, typed in the web address to install, page said done. Yet when I try to follow directions to "C:\Program Files\xampp\mysql\bin\mysql" -u root -p < database_mysql.sql  I can't as I only have access through a control panel or to the database via phpmyadmin.

    Does sumo need its own database?

    Thanks, Carl

    • Carl

      Carl - 2008-06-28

      Here is the message when SUMO runs restart page after creating directories.



      Database connection failed!
      code: E00003S

      Note: This error page not contain sensitive information because SUMO is configured to hide verbose error messages using SUMO_VERBOSE_ERRORS=FALSE. Consider using SUMO_VERBOSE_ERRORS=TRUE in testing environments.

      SUMO Access Manager
      © Copyright 2003-2008 by Basso Alberto

    • Adam Barlam

      Adam Barlam - 2008-07-14

      Sumo does need its own database.  Read the documentation for installation for more info.


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