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  • S.O.S. I changed the root user pw on my local mysql db and I can’t change it back

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  • Maverick

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    September 3, 2019 at 8:33 pm

    been googling for what feels like eons. In an effort to learn how to set up a local Laravel project with a local mysql db I was following this tutorial (just including it for reference): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXnNRFLX9JI prior to watching the tutorial I was able to log in to my local mysql server via mysql server (un: root , pw was blank) near the end the teacher you run the following command: mysql> update mysql.user set plugin=”mysql_native_password” I cannot. For the life of me, figure out how to fix it. The closest I got was the “mysqladmin -u root” giving me a list of commands to run but then it said i didn’t have adequate privileges to run “flush privileges”. Thanks so much in advance, I’m new af to all this and there have been some great moments of getting stuff to work and moments like today where it’s really really hard. One love. – by hq overview therealdiscursive – –

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