I can't get phpMyAdmin to work.
Applies to: Grid System
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If you would rather use your own phpMyAdmin instead of the one integrated into OnSite, then you can download your own copy from phpmyadmin.net.
Make sure you have setup a MySQL database for yourself before trying to use your phpMyAdmin. You can create and check on databases through the OnSite.
Unpack phpMyAdmin into its own directory where the webserver can serve it, such as: /htdocs/www/phpMyAdmin
Change into the phpMyAdmin directory. Edit the file: config.inc.php3
Configure with these settings:
$cfgServers['host'] = 'DBSERVER';
# replace DBSERVER above with
# the correct database server host name
# as described here
$cfgServers['port'] = '3306';
$cfgServers['adv_auth'] = false;
$cfgServers['stduser'] = '';
$cfgServers['stdpass'] = '';
$cfgServers['user'] = 'your_username';
$cfgServers['password'] = 'your_password';
$cfgServers['only_db'] = 'your_database';
$cfgServers['verbose'] = '';
Where 'your_username' would be 'joeblow' or whoever you are.
And where 'your_password' is the password that goes with your username.
And where 'your_database' is the name of your database, which is likely your domain name without the ".com", ".net", or ".org" on the end. If you don't have a domain name then your database name is probably the same as your username.
Then consider password protecting that directory so that anyone can't come along and drop your tables.
24180/0%Last update: 2010-09-29 16:16
Author: FAQ Admin
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