[mythtv-users] remote frontend database error
lists at thehunter.ws
Sat Nov 13 09:30:37 UTC 2004
On some distros by default MySQL blocks all connections except from
localhost. Did you configure MySQL to enable networking? i.e. Make sure
"skip-networking" is commented out.
> Well I'm lost. I'm trying to setup a remote front end
> on Fedora C3. Everyhting is installed correctly, i
> used the mythtv-suite for FC2 to install. When I try
> to launch mythtv I get this error.
> Unable to connect to database!
> Driver error was [1/4045]:
> QMYSQL3: Unable to connect
> Database error was:
> Access denied for user: 'mythtv at 192.168.1.71' (Using
> password: YES)
> couldn't open db
> My backend runs great its at 192.168.1.70
> MYSQL privs are:
> grant all on mythconverg.* to mythtv@"%" identified
> by "mythtv";
> (just for now till i can get it working)
> I shut down the iptables.
> Tcpdump shows packets being sent from the remote to
> the backend.
> I haven't changed ( i don't think) any of the default
> password. Only difference is on the backend
> everything was done from a user other then 'mythtv'
> and Si. the remote is all done with user 'mythtv' and
> I have modified the muscle.text file to point to the
> master backend.
> modified the backend (mythtvsetup) changing the
> loopback Ip's to the correct ip address.
> knowing my luck its a small and simple issue to
> resolve (yes the network cable is plugged in) but i
> can not figure it out.
> Any ideas?
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