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January 16, 2006, 7:12 pm
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Re: Change access settings?
If Linux - create a hidden file in your home directory named [.my.cnf] with
the contents thus:
Then when you issue the "mysql" command, it will draw the user name and
password from the my.cnf file and bounce you (or anyone else logged in as
you!) right in.
I'm sure the Windows version supports a nearly identical setup but you will
have to look it up.
The details vary.
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