Subject RE: [firebird-php] firebird linux sysdba password
Author Alan McDonald
Actually, if you read the release notes, you'll see that a username and
password were generated for you on install. They are in your Firebird
directories somewhere. They are your sysdba/masterkey replacements for you
to change.
As for blanks letting you in - I think you'll find that some environment
variables were set during install and they are being used when you log in at
the moment, you can remove them now.
-----Original Message-----
From: Arnold [mailto:arnoldgamboadotcom@...]
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 8:39 PM
Subject: [firebird-php] firebird linux sysdba password


I just installed Firebird 1.5 on Linux. I noticed
though that it isn't sysdba/masterkey but
username/password that is blank as the default. I'm
not sure if this is normal, but anyway, may I know how
can I establish the sysdba super user and set the



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