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empty string) or this information is already stored in the my.ini (Windows)
or my.cnf (Linux) configuration file.
To find out if there's an anonymous user, type (from an admin user)
select Host, User, Password from mysql.user;
If there's a user with an empty string, you can delete him with
delete from mysql.user where User = '';
Maybe, the user and password is registered in the configuration file (by
default in Windows in the MySQL home directory or in Linux in the /etc
directory) in the section [mysql] or [client], which looks like this:
user = username
password = password
If you delete these lines, you will be prompted for the password (and have
to specify a user name).
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