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Old 11th June 2010, 18:56
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ok thanks I will let you know what the result is for mysql.user table
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Old 11th June 2010, 20:12
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I was able to view the mysql.user table through phpmyadmin. There is a user with the host 10.78.46.206. It actually says Log-Server1, which is what I named my server.
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Can you replace 10.78.46.206 or Log-Server1 with a "%" (without quotation marks)? Restart MySQL. Does it work then?
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That seemed to work. What did inserting the "%" do? I got the following message and error:

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Checking users input... Done!
Creating required tables... Done!
Inserting values into tables... Done!
Creating your config file (config.php)... 
Error: The file '../config.php' is not writeable. Please check the permissions

Go back and correct this!
..:: Go back to installation ::..
I am assuming I need to change the permissions on that file so that it can write to it.
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Old 15th June 2010, 21:30
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Thanks a bunch. I have been able to get phpLogCon working. I just need to figure out how to populate the database with the rsyslog data? Can u point me in the right direction?
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Old 16th June 2010, 15:44
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What did inserting the "%" do?
% means that all hosts can connect (if they provide the correct username and password).
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I just need to figure out how to populate the database with the rsyslog data?
Did you configure /etc/rsyslog.conf as shown in the tutorial?
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Old 17th June 2010, 18:32
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ok thanks fro explaining that. I followed that tutorial exactly; however, I will go back through it to see if I missed anything.
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