Subject Re: Problem to create a firebird database in RedHat 9.0
Author danecsk99
Thanks Helen, everything works ok now.

--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...>
> At 02:46 AM 10/10/2003 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi folks,
> >Recently I've installed Firebird SS RC1.5 on Redhat 9.0. Test
> >connection to Firebird server using IBExpert running on Win Xp
> >sucessfully done. It seems too easy to get Firebird up and running
> >on RedHat 9.0 compare to last experience using Interbase 6.0 on
> >RedHat 7.0.
> >When I try to create a database using IBExpert I got an error
> >that the SYSDBA user and password not defined.
> >What are the things that I need to do b4 I can create a database
> >get connect to it ?
> You're looking at a bug in that distro which has since been
fixed. The
> workaround for now is to go into firebird.conf and set
DatabaseAccess to Full.
> Another thing that might be biting you is that the SYSDBA password
> still be the generated one that you will find in the text file
> SYSDBA.password. It won't be 'masterkey' . There's a script
there which
> you can run to change the password. Alternatively, if you have an
> isc4.gdb or security.fdb, you can replace the security.fdb that
> installed with that one (isc4.gdb renamed to security.fdb, natch..)
> heLen