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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby Sharley » 05. November 2011 04:53

That 1044 error means, there is no user name specified that you are trying to connect with in the code of your script.

Sorry I did not have time to read all the replies here:
http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?10,70927
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby rvanherp » 05. November 2011 05:01

And this is the config
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<?php
// database settings
$db_host = "localhost";
$db_user = "Stephanie";
$db_pass = "PASSWORD";
$db_name = "FW";
$db_prefix = "fusion_";
define("DB_PREFIX", "fusion_");
define("COOKIE_PREFIX", "fusion_FW011");
?>


Do you get it ??
Well I don't
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby Sharley » 05. November 2011 05:06

In phpMyAdmin you can read these user settings in the Privileges tab, see if they are the same as in your script for this user and this database.

You could then also check all the other users etc., in the same way, that you may be having issues with.
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby rvanherp » 05. November 2011 05:09

It's still the passwords...

I found this page and the Fusion site is working :)

Now I have to update all 29 users :)
I also hope that I can logging intro phpmyadmin if my account has a updated password.
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby Sharley » 05. November 2011 05:13

rvanherp wrote:I also hope that I can logging intro phpmyadmin if my account has a updated password.
Not sure what you mean there, care to elaborate? :)

You should not update phpMyAdmin or MySQL or root users in phpMyAdmin.

Use the Welcome page Security page to add a root user password for phpMyAdmin and MySQL - they both use the same - if that's what you meant by the above quote..
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby rvanherp » 05. November 2011 05:18

Well I could not login in phpmyadmin and my normal account.
But after updating the pass I can :)

I always remove the root user and let a other user act as root.
My phpmyadmin on accessible on the web so I did that for extra security.

I think I go to bed with a big smile when I'm done :)

Thanks so match for you help :)
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Re: Access phpmyadmin or update root password

Postby Sharley » 05. November 2011 05:20

Your welcome and sleep well. 8)

I will lock this post now you are on the move forward.

Good luck and best wishes. :)
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