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MySql Error with Admin

  • Found a simple error, and I managed to fix it. Thought I would share my success in case it is needed.
    Upon install, I found it to be really easy, no problems…however, per the instructions, I clicked on “My Profile” to change my password and got an error in the popup window : MYSQL SYNTAX “at line 1 ==”.
    I fixed this by simply going into my DB and editing my DB user “admin” by filling in the information and changing the password. After doing this, I logged in successfully. MySql table: “users”.

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  • Oh and it also fixed the problem of not having anything display in the ‘My Account’ window except the error info and links to here. After editing my DB, all is well 😉
    Take care.

    OK – And it just happened again. heh. Probably a support thread on this already, so I won’t go any further with this. But I’m the anonymous who posted above, heh. I just browsed away from my blogger login and went “back” and tried to view my profile and got that error. I just logged back in and could view my account.
    Seems to be nothing more than a security feature for recognizing logins. I like it. Sorry to post about nothing, really.

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