PhpMyAdmin Vista

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PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Dodekus » 09. March 2009 17:58

I have been trying to make Xampp work on Windows Vista. I recently fixed the security page, following instructions replied on someone else's questions. Now I can't access the PHPMyAdmin. The following error shows up:

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Fel

MySQL sa: Dokumentation
#1130 - Host 'localhost' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server


How can I fix this?
Thanks in advance!
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Re: PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Izzy » 10. March 2009 00:29

Temporarily disable your Windows firewall and test again but remember to clear your browser's cache first or you may be served a cached page instead of a fresh page from the server.

If you can connect after disabling your firewall then go to your Windows firewall and configure it to allow connections to port 3306 and in fact to all of XAMPP's ports.
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Re: PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Dodekus » 10. March 2009 06:40

Still same error. :?

By the way, MySQL cannot be started from the "xampp-control.exe" or "mysql_start.bat". I started Xampp with "xampp_restart.exe" and it says:

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MySQL stop ...
mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe: connect to server at 'l
error: 'Host 'localhost' is not allowed to connec
Apache killed ...
apache.exe      (520)
apache.exe      (5840)
Apache pid delete ... SHUTDOWN COMPLETE!

Please wait [Bitte warten] ...

### APACHE and MySQL is STARTING now! ###
[Do not close this window while XAMPP is running]


Notice the MySQL stop and all the errors. I have no idea what is wrong.
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Re: PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Izzy » 10. March 2009 07:04

When you installed XAMPP did you first disable UAC and log in as an administrator?

Have you disabled UAC and are you now logged in as an administrator?

Why can't you start MySQL with the XCP or the bat file?

What error messages?

Is MySQL already started - check in Task Manager>Processes tab or in SCM button in the XCP.

Did you elect to install MySQL and Apache as a service during the XAMPP installation process?

Do you know what installing an app as a service means?
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Re: PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Dodekus » 10. March 2009 08:09

When you installed XAMPP did you first disable UAC and log in as an administrator?
Yes, I did.

Have you disabled UAC and are you now logged in as an administrator?
Yes

Why can't you start MySQL with the XCP or the bat file?
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Diese Eingabeforderung nicht waehrend des Running beenden
Please dont close Window while MySQL is running
MySQL is trying to start
Please wait  ...
MySQL is starting with mysql\bin\my.cnf (console)
090310  7:58:38  InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 46409
Can't start server: Bind on TCP/IP port: No such file or directory
090310  7:58:38 [ERROR] Do you already have another mysqld server running on por
t: 3306 ?
090310  7:58:38 [ERROR] Aborting

090310  7:58:38  InnoDB: Starting shutdown...
090310  7:58:40  InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 0 46409
090310  7:58:40 [Note] mysql\bin\mysqld: Shutdown complete


MySQL konnte nicht gestartet werden
MySQL could not be started
Tryck ned valfri tangent för att fortsätta...


Is MySQL already started - check in Task Manager>Processes tab or in SCM button in the XCP.
It is


Did you elect to install MySQL and Apache as a service during the XAMPP installation process?
I have tried many times to install Xampp with and without the services. The last time I used the 7-zip.

Solution:
I closed the mysql process in Task Manager and started mysql again. I guess I could have fixed this problem if I just rebooted to begin with. Well now it works and I'm very happy you could help.
Thank you!
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Re: PhpMyAdmin Vista

Postby Izzy » 10. March 2009 08:16

Your welcome and I am also pleased you have it up and running.

Good luck and please now enjoy your XAMPP experience.
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