Greetings I’m trying to connect with MySQL Workbench to localhost on Ubuntu 21.10 and I get this error “SSL connection error: SSL is required but the server doesn’t support it” how can I fix it?
It seems that SSL connection is required to use MySQL Workbench, and I don’t think this is the case with previous versions.
I have managed to have turned on SSL connection (require_secure_transport=ON) on MySQL server 5.7. It works fine for both remote and localhost users. However, I don’t want the localhost users connected via SSL connection. However can I exempt the local user from the SSL requirement? thanks
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