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Hello,

My script uses the user 'www-data' (my webserver) when connecting to the MySQL Database, while I tell it not to.

<?php
include ('config.inc.php');

$connection = mysql_connect($host, $user, $password);

mysql_select_db($database, $connection);

$shorturls = mysql_query('SELECT shorturl FROM `' . $prefix . 'urls`');
$shorturl = rand(100000, 999999);
foreach(mysql_fetch_array($shorturls) as $row)
{
    if($row['shorturl']==$shorturl) {
        $shorturl = rand(100000, 999999);
    }
}
echo $shorturl . '<br>';
echo urldecode($_GET['longurl']) . '<br>';
mysql_query('INSERT INTO `' . $prefix . 'urls` (shorturl, longurl)
VALUES (\'' . $shorturl . '\', \'' . urldecode($_GET['longurl']) . '\')');
echo mysql_error();
mysql_close($connection);
?>

I am sure it can read from the the $database, $host, $user and $password variables (tested). When I open the page i get this MySQL error:

Access denied for user 'www-data'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

I recently re-installed PHP and Apache, might have to do with it. This always used to work.

And please don't tell me mysql_*() stuff is deprecated, I know.

-Sydcul

SOLVED: Haha, forgot to Google this. Got some DB permission errors.

Edited by lukas.vandendijssel: Solved

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Last Post by Larry_Singleton
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Cheers... aren't you glad you figured that out? I would be very happy, if I can solve something like that. That is an achievement. Thanks for sharing, hope people in this forum will find it helpful now and at a later date.

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