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dkopko at stevens-tech.edu dkopko at stevens-tech.edu
Sun May 11 18:28:54 EDT 2003

Which versions of MySQL does ByteFX support exactly?  And are there any set of
tests, besides trying to run such a code example, that would indicate if the
MySQL server is capable of being connected to via the proper communications


Daniel Kopko

Reggie Burnett wrote:
> ByteFX currently doesn't support MySQL 4.1.  You may need to use some form o
> configuration option for MySQL to instruct it to use the older client/server
> protocol.  
> Support for 4.1 is planned but since MySQL 4.1 is still alpha, a priority is
> being placed on getting ByteFX 1.0 out the door.
> Hope this helps,
> Reggie
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>>Subject: [Mono-devel-list] Looking for MySQL help
>>I'm a new mySQL user and a new C# programmer and a new Mono user...  so
>>with me.
>>Currently, I'm running Redhat 8.0 with the following packages installed:
>>I am able to log into the mySQL server via the mysql command.  I have
>>tables and data.  I have compiled the first example at
>>http://www.go-mono.com/mysql.html (ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient) without an
>>error. (I
>>have modified the connectionString variable to include my user data.)
>>running the .exe file produced gives the following error:
>>Unhandled Exception: ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient.MySQLException: Client does
>>support authentication protocol requested by server
>>. Consider upgrading MySQL client
>>in <0x000bc> 00 ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient.Driver:CheckResult ()
>>in <0x000f5> 00 ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient.Driver:Authenticate
>>in <0x00113> 00 ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient.Driver:Open
>>in <0x00138> 00 ByteFX.Data.MySQLClient.MySQLConnection:Open ()
>>in <0x00075> 00 .Test:Main (string[])
>>I have not set up any particular authentication protocol on the server, so
>>imagine it is referring to the default one.  Do I need to switch
>>protocols within the server?  How would I do this if this is the case?
>>Daniel Kopko
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