[mythtv-users] Mysql Wierd Behavior

Aleaxander alex at carbonated.com
Mon Jun 7 23:10:24 EDT 2004


I'm trying to setup a remote frontend, so on the backend server I'm 
trying to use the following commands:

$ mysql -u root -p mythconverg
mysql> grant all on mythconverg.* to mythtv@"10.0.1.%" identified by 
"mythtv";
mysql> flush privileges;
mysql> quit

However, when I actually enter:
mysql> grant all on mythconverg.* to mythtv@"10.0.1.%" identified by 
"mythtv";

It just returns a this:
	">

(note that this is an indented ">)

If at that point I try to do:
	"> flush privileges;

It just gives me another
	">

The "quit" command doesn't work either, and I have to hit CTRL+c to get 
out, at which point it says:
	">Aborted

And I'm back to the $ prompt.

Anyone have an idea why Mysql would be behaving like this or what I 
could have done to break it?

-Alex


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