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Old 14th February 2006, 20:48
Kamran Shah Kamran Shah is offline
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Originally Posted by falko
This is the correct setting. If you change the perimissions to 755, then anyone can read that file (and you have your root MySQL login in there!). Please change it back to 600:
chmod 600
Did you install your Fedora Core 4 system following this tutorial?
I have changed permissions of to 600 as originally it was.

I certainly followed Fedora Core 4 documentation from above turorial, which is probably only but perfect. It was a while ago though, and I have installed update to the latest version which was again successful without any errors.
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