see the comments below.
MANSOOR Usama FTRD/DMR/LON wrote:
OK, I've tried running the script as root (and it
prompts me for the password) but the permissions still don't get set. So I then log in
manually to the mysql database and set the permissions using 'GRANT' to be the
same as mentioned in the faq. Unfortunately I still get the following error message:
Dec 12 10:20:25 localhost /usr/sbin/ser: connect_db(): Access denied for user:
'user(a)localhost.localdomain' (Using password: YES)
Dec 12 10:20:26 localhost /usr/sbin/ser: db_init(): Error while trying to connect
Dec 12 10:20:26 localhost /usr/sbin/ser: init_modules(): Error while initializing
These errors occurs in Jabber module. Have you installed the Jabber
module for SER? It does not come with default distribution, you have to
install it separately. Check the Readme file from module's folder
whether you want to install the module and if you get stuck send us what
is the problem. Otherwise, if you do not want the Jabber module, just
delete the loadmodule and modparamr lines for jabber.so, and of course
do not use anymore the Jabber module's methods (jab_send_message,
jab_go_online, jab_go_offline, jab_join_jconf, jab_exit_jconf) in your
SER cfg script.
I'm not sure what else to try. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.