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Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by wills, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. wills

    wills Well-Known Member

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    Hello, could someone let me know how the config.inc.php file for phpMyAdmin in the 3rdparty/phpmyadmin/base directory?

    I keep getting a Wrong username/password. Access denied. when I try to access phpMyAdmin from any of the control panels and I know its that file but not sure what exactly. Any help would be appreciated.

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    NetX Well-Known Member

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    wills, if you tried to access phpmyadmin as root you did not have to modify file config.inc.php.

    You must have installed phpmyadmin under some domain of your server, and there make the changes.

    If you have modified the configuration of phpmyadmin under 3rdpart directory I suggest you remove it completely then do a upcp to retrieve it again (working fine).

    Do this:

    cd /usr/local/cpanel/base/3rdparty

    Delete the symmlink
    rm -f phpMyAdminRR

    Delete the phpmyadmin installed pgms
    rm -rf phpmyadmin

    then do a /scripts/upcp/

    that should reinstall it for you.


    After, do not touch the main phpmyadmin.

    ;)

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  3. wills

    wills Well-Known Member

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    that's a great work-around! I figured out the issue though, the config.inc.php file was refering to __MYSQLHOST__ instead of localhost so that threw off phpMyAdmin on all control panels.

    I want to make sure that I have a clean install so I'll follow your instructions :) (After I back it all up)

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    Unfortunately, the /scripts/upcp didn't update phpMyAdmin, but something *did* mess up my renamed phpMyAdmin.old file.

    Where was the symmlink pointing? How do I re-set this up?

    Is there a script to specifically install phpmyadmin again?

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