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In workbench: manage connection error to local socket/pipe

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in workbench trying to connect "local socket/pipe"
but I keep getting error "Can't open named pipe to host" ?

I plan on using mysql the same as access with no remote connection.

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fordraiders
 
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on which platform you run it?
did you checked that path to local socket the same in mysqld and in workbench config?
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windows xp pro...
This is all new to me...so I will get back...
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"did you checked that path to local socket the same in mysqld and in workbench config?"
AND how is this checked..?
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