What is the difference between these?

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What is the difference between these?

Postby umitonal » 29. July 2006 09:44

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Hi friends , I think I could tell my quesiton better with an image..
Can you please look at the link ,contains image ?

http://www.oguemot.net/question.jpg

There are two questions ..

If you could answer ,I will get better

Have a good work!
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Postby Izzy » 29. July 2006 10:01

You can set it or change it in the XAMPP Admin Security screen as in the first part of your pic or manually at the command prompt as in the second part.

You can check your mysql password in xampp\security\mysqlrootpasswd.txt
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Thanks for info..

Postby umitonal » 29. July 2006 10:17

Thanks for the inform. I can realise better now..
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Hi Izzy again..

Postby umitonal » 29. July 2006 13:18

Hi Izzy ..Your first message is valid :-) Thanks .. I ' ve checked..

But know I want to ask you ..

I am writing the link of the first thread to remind you

http://www.oguemot.net/question.jpg

**When I change mysql root password from the first part of image above (security panel of XAMPP) for ex: let the root password is IzzyIzzy

**After that I tried to change this password: IzzyIzzy to another form console I got error like this?

http://www.oguemot.net/question2.jpg

What is the reason please? :?: :(
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Postby Izzy » 29. July 2006 14:32

Just type:
C:\PROGRA~1\xampp\mysql\bin\>mysqladmin
only.

No user or password needed for mysqladmin from the command line.

Accessing phpMyAdmin (which is not the same as mysqladmin) from the web interface is different, you would need it there once you have set a password.

It is assumed you are safe on your own command line, whereas the browser is deemed insecure without a user/password.

Does this help? :)

Also please note that I do not reply to threads via PM. Only here in the forums. ;)
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