Moderator Note: Known Bug Summary
Thank you everyone who has chimed in and helps clarify this issue! The general problem is that when a Windows Username includes special characters (so an apostrophe
' or a non-ASCII character like
é) it can break the commands Local uses to communicate with the MySQL database.
Usernames that have an apostrophe in them should be fixed, so update to the most recent version of Local if the username has an apostrophe in it.
Read on for what you can do if the username has other non-ASCII characters.
Upvote the Bug
If you are affected by this issue, please up-vote this bug by clicking the “Vote” button at the top of this topic. If you can, please leave a reply that mentions the username that is causing problems. This gives us a good idea of the various characters that are causing issues.
Due to the nature of this bug, the main option we recommend is to create a new Windows user that doesn’t contain any special characters.
If you want to live a little dangerously, take a look at the solution proposed by @Danniemite :
Hello! I got this error when trying to create a new site.
I attached a screenshot of the error and the log file.
Thanks for your time
local-lightning.log (53.1 KB)