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  1. I am not an expert in server side technologies. Has anyone actually installed and used ProcessWire on a Synology NAS? As far as I can see the requirements for ProcessWire are met by the software available on the NAS. I have downloaded the ProcessWire installation folder OK and placed it in the /web folder on the NAS. I have run the installation and eventually got through the first stage after making some changes/corrections. I am now in the 'database connection' phase which unfortunately didn't work. I entered the DB name and DB user but got the following error message: · Database connection information did not work. · SQLSTATE[HY000] [1044] Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'ProcessWire1' I had set up a database in phpMyAdmin prior to running the installation. The database on Synology is MariaDB. I am sure my problem is down to my lack of knowledge but any help would be appreciated as to how I could move on.
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