XAMPP and phpMyAdmin version 3.4.8 (Win7) 1.7.7 [SOLVED]

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XAMPP and phpMyAdmin version 3.4.8 (Win7) 1.7.7 [SOLVED]

Postby Abera » 06. December 2011 17:52

How do I install XAMPP with the new phpMyadmin version 3.4.8, or install phpMyadmin version 3.4.8 after XAMPP is installed?
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Re: XAMPP and phpMyadmin version 3.4.8

Postby Sharley » 06. December 2011 21:45

Abera, would you be so kind as to add your XAMPP version and Operating System to your profile:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626
Thanks. :)
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Re: XAMPP and phpMyadmin version 3.4.8

Postby Abera » 06. December 2011 22:02

Sharley wrote:Abera, would you be so kind as to add your XAMPP version and Operating System to your profile:
http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626
Thanks. :)

You Bet. Going there now. It was easy to copy the new version to the phpMyAdmin directory. I deleted all, but the config.inc and replaced with the files out out the new downloaded phpMyAdmin-3.4.8. Came right up with the new version.
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Re: XAMPP and phpMyadmin version 3.4.8

Postby Sharley » 06. December 2011 22:06

Thanks for the feedback and yes that would have been my suggestion also and for future reference instead of overwriting an existing folder make a backup Copy of the file or folder then you can always fall back if things go pear shaped.

Good luck and best wishes. :)
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Re: XAMPP and phpMyadmin version 3.4.8

Postby Abera » 06. December 2011 22:10

Sharley wrote:Thanks for the feedback and yes that would have been my suggestion also and for future reference instead of overwriting an existing folder make a backup Copy of the file or folder then you can always fall back if things go pear shaped.

Good luck and best wishes. :)

I did. Made a new directory in the directory and called it HOLD just in case. :wink:
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