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phpMyAdmin Access denied

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by directhostinguk, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. directhostinguk

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    Well tried updaing phpMyAdmin and it caused more problems,

    I can use phpMyAdmin from WHM but not from cPanel I get:

    #1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

    I deleted the update and used cpup --force to get the orignal phpMyAdmin back but it didn't solve the problem.

    Found losts of posts but none of them seem to fix it, any ideas
     
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    Hey,

    By any chance are you logging into the account as root? Or clicked on the cpanel logo within the Client List View.. I have noticed this happening to me when I login to an account as root/reseller


    Hope that helps

    Thanks
    William Wilson
     
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    i'm logging into the account as a client. using the phpmyadmin link in cpanel

    after a system reboot phpmyadmin as now started working,

    what I was trying to do was to get phpmyadmin to look pic2
     

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    I've now installed and older version 2.64.pl4, anything above that the font sizes are incorrect and it shows more detail on the main phpmyadmin about the server.

    Any one know why I can't get the newer versions to work?
     
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