Now, any idea about the problem ? Because the "user" user is the one used by phpMyAdmin to manage the DB and it works form there !
I haven't touch MySQL since 7 years. From what I remember, it has to do with the access permissions table (`user` and `host` tables?).
Seems to. Maybe related to this :
"Combine dlo's answer with Darren Chamberlain's. The reason for this is that the special meaning that 'localhost' has in MySQL is that it signifies to use the local unix socket (mysql.sock) vs the TCP socket. This is why specifying 127.0.0.1 as the host will get you in so that you can fix the situation; it signifies to the MySQL client to use the TCP socket."
Nop. Localhost or 127.0.0.1, same error result.
There's a table for giving permissions to (user, IP) couples, I think it is `host` or `hosts`, you should check that.
Yes. it's related. I use PLESK to manage the server, so I changed the "user" config to allow acces from any host (was only from localhost). No I get :
** User Error: ERROR 1045 : Access denied for user ''@'127.0.0.1' (using password: NO) ** Near: p: open [scheme: 'mysql username: "user" password: "v6lvZ6&8" host: "127.0.0.1" port-id: 3306 target: "adgo-cmde"]
OUPS, my bad. Its "user:" not "username:".
You should have an entry in that table for: "user" | "127.0.0.1".
Need more investigations. I have exactly the same entry on this mysql server than another. But the other is older v5.5.49.
Anyway thanks for your help. You put me on the railways. Need to see where it goes now.
And I did my first PR on Github !!
I thought you did one on red/red already.
It was not merged AFAIR. Sorry for my to quickly typed PR. It was meant to be "copy " of course. But "make block! 1" does the same.
Oh my ! 'copy does not work as it is redefine in the script. So "make block! 1" is the good solution. Like Franck Dubosc said "I'm not in my plate" ;-)