Topic: Using Instantrails mysql-server and MySQL Front: Password and login?

Hi, I'm trying to run MySQL front, but in MySQL Front when I try to connect to the database, it asks for password and login, which I dont have. Are there some default values for these that are set by Instantrails, or can I set them myself somewhere?

Any help at all very much appreciated

Re: Using Instantrails mysql-server and MySQL Front: Password and login?

You need to set the username and password for your mysql database - rails doesn't set this for you.

By default it's User: "root" and blank password.

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