Localhost error with MYSQL - please help

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Localhost error with MYSQL - please help

Postby cjwebteam » 29. April 2008 09:33

Hi

I installed XAMPP on my machine last week and used if with no problems together with Joomla CMS project.
I started my PC today to find this constant error:
"access violation at address 10002593 in module LIBMYSQL.dll. Read address 00000000"

I have no idea what this means and would appreciate some assistance to get rid of it or sort it out!

Thanks!
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Postby cjwebteam » 29. April 2008 10:05

OK - so i'm an idiot! I should have checked through the forum for similar problems before adding my own...

I found the solution in one of the previous topics:
http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?t=28560

You can go to this techno-blog for one solution to the MySQL problem. It specifically addresses the issue.

http://domesticateddogspeaks.blogspot.c ... error.html

Essentially you need to go to the my.ini setup in the WinMySQLAdmin 1.4 tool and change the my.ini by removing the password.

1. go to start > all programs > startup
2. select WinMySQLAdmin
3. click the "my.ini setup" tab
4. find the line with the password
5. delete the second occurrence of "password" (after the "=" sign)
6. click save modifications

The error popups will stop. this worked for me. If anyone sees a problem with this method please let me know.


Thanks very much Caspian1!!!

CJ
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Postby Jermit » 30. May 2008 15:24

I only had one occurence of password, I managed to get rid of the popups by commenting the line
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Postby newdejavu » 19. June 2008 02:44

The error pops up so quickly, I can't modify my.ini in winphpmysqladmin.

Does anyone know another way of editing this file?
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Root

Postby newdejavu » 19. June 2008 03:11

The password in winphpmysqladmin my.ini is set to root, so if you make the mysql root password root, it will load. Select it from the toolbar and then you can change your password appropriately from there.
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