Problem with admin level

Aeryna

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#2
Your SQL is working fine. Your workbench is not fully compatible.
Try to remove it and reinstall:
Code:
sudo apt-get install mysql-workbench
It that refresh doesn't work try to add your value manually in your mysql-mariadb.

mysql>
Code:
use swgemu;
select * from accounts;
update accounts set admin_level='15' where username='Your_account_name';
 
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kalkosh

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#3
Oh nice thank you i try that when i come back of jobs in 5 hours.

Modders and community swg always top thank thank thank
 

kalkosh

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#4
Im so sorry but the first try dont match

https://imageshack.com/i/pn3MNr8Zj

And for the second try. I have not the quality for execute this command. I cant find my sql mariadb i find just mysql workbench.

Im a very noob with this software.

I need to learn my sql and oracle machine... lool this task is hard level for me dont speak corectly english dont have the qwerty keyboard....
 

Aeryna

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#5
Im so sorry but the first try dont match
I said you to remove and reinstall.


And for the second try. I have not the quality for execute this command. I cant find my sql mariadb i find just mysql workbench.
Open a terminal:
su
password: 123456 or 12345678.

You're a superuser now.


Code:
mysql -u root -p
show databases;
use swgemu;
select * from accounts;
update accounts set admin_level='15' where username='Your_account_name';
flush privileges;
 
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kalkosh

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#6
Thx for all of you times passed for me.

In first time this week due to jobs i was very busy and i have not tested all solution.

2nd after tested all, my servor is verry buged i choice to erase all and reinstal a fresh instalation.

I come back to you if needed after. Thx bro ans sys maybe^^