Why did you put it there as it would normally not need to be moved from it's default location in C:\xampp\phpMyAdmin which is also linked to other configurations - I would return it to that location and hope it has not messed things up.Cory wrote:...Says that when I try to access the phpmyadmin directory, and YES I put it inside the htdocs folder.
Your editing while I am replying.Cory wrote:Figured it out. Not supose to put the phpmyadmin folder into htdocs. Some videoguide I watched had you do that.
I'll read your guide as well. Thanks for the help.
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Can those databases be deleted from the phpmyadmin without causing harm to the system?...
Wrong. The passwords are encrypted by the their creation process in phpMyAdmin when you create that database and you create a user/pass combo for that database - changes can be made under the Privileges menu item for that user once created.Cory wrote:You can create new users and change their passwords by editing the mysql database under the user table correct?
If you wish to login to phpMyAdmin to access that database using that database's username and password you will only be able to access or see that database associated with that username - root user can see and edit all databases - see note below.Cory wrote:How do you login with a different user?
For closure of the topic do you mind telling us how you 'figured it out' so other readers may benefit from your knowledge please?Cory wrote:Nevermind, figured it out.
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