storing root password rpm spec file
Manuel Arostegui Ramirez
manuel at todo-linux.com
Thu Dec 21 15:42:42 UTC 2006
El Jueves, 21 de Diciembre de 2006 14:51, Patrick Doyle escribió:
> > A (very) dirty trick is to let the installation script
> > stop the mysqld daemon, start it again with --skip-grant-tables,
> > load your databases (no password is then required), and
> > restart the daemon normally.
Yeah, I could be a great idea, but I don't fancy that idea too much, I don't
want to touch mysql daemon, I mean, is there no other way to do that?
I've been thinking about some simple like echo&read and then:
mysql -u root --password=`echo $password`
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