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« on: November 30, 2004, 07:07:07 AM »

I am trying to install the 0.9.8 prerelease beta version on my site.  I follow the directions exactly.  I first tried to update it from 0.9.7 and everything got messed up.  I'll get to that in a minute.  So, when that happened, I then deleted my database, deleted all the files on my server, and did a fresh install.  I have done it about 4 times now.  Possibly more.  Here is what the problem is.  Some how, there is something some where in the module table that is locking me out of my database.  I keep getting this error:

Access denied for user: 'thepalace2@' to database 'thepalace2'

Sometimes when I install it, I can get a few of the modules added.  Sometimes, I can't even get my Admin character set up before it does it.  And it does it every time.   The palace2 is my site.  The palace2 is my user name.  And that's my IP address.  Why is it doing that and is there anything at all I can do to fix it? Sad

If you guys here even reply to this then it's more than I can say about the message I've posted at my host site.  They just ignore it.

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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2004, 07:31:44 AM »

This is neither a problem of you nor of your installation.

The user for your database hasn't got the right to LOCK tables.  You have to ask your provider to grant these permissions to your database user (Your provider gives his mobile number... why not call and ask him... Wink ). If they don't  do that you have two options:

a) Don't install it.
b) Change your provider

and maybe c... : install it on your local PC.
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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2004, 07:33:00 AM »

It means that you do not have the right privileges, from your host, to write into the modules table. Contact your host and ask if you can have the permission to lock tables.

If it is your own hosting (You run it off of your computer), then you will have to somehow reinstall your server handler and make sure that you have all of the permissions to write, create, lock and such.
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