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Hi all now am trying to install cacti and i followed the instructions quite easily. Now when i try to access the web interface i get the following error which is in relation to importing the defauldt cacti database to the mysql:
You have created a new database, but have not yet imported the 'cacti.sql' file. At the command line, execute the following to continue:
mysql -u cactiuser -p cacti < cacti.sql
This error may also be generated if the cacti database user does not have correct permissions on the cacti database. Please ensure that the cacti database user has the ability to SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE, CREATE, ALTER, DROP, INDEX on the cacti database.
So i run the above command and i still get the same error. Now that's not all. When i try to access mysql i get the following:
mysql -u root
ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)
I have a cacti user who can login to mysql but cannot update the grant tables which is part of the cacti installation.
While you guys are still at it could you give me the best way to uninstall mysql?