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windows 10

Postby mauritius123 » 25. August 2015 18:51

ver 3.2.1

Hey guys just a quick help from you. I have been having problems with the port and I adopted the 8080 and 4433 solutions. then I go to localhost:8080 but i do not have the options for security. any hints guys?
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Re: windows 10

Postby Nobbie » 25. August 2015 21:29

The old menu (including the "security") has been removed. Xampp is secured out of the box for development.
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Re: windows 10

Postby mauritius123 » 26. August 2015 03:49

thanks for the reply. so, how do i get the same option to work out the security? for instance, if i need to work out the password for the database.
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Re: windows 10

Postby Altrea » 26. August 2015 08:14

We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

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Re: windows 10

Postby mauritius123 » 26. August 2015 19:13

thank you very much.

one another question. if i follow the steps which I have already done it'll be for only 1 website.
what if i want to work different websites within the xampp folder for different projects and i need different database. how would i be able to put a password/login for each and every database through this steps. as in this link i haven't created any database yet.
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Re: windows 10

Postby Altrea » 26. August 2015 20:23

Databases don't have Passwords, Users have Passwords and Users can have permissions on Databases.

To create a database you could use this MySQL CLI command
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CREATE DATABASE mynewdatabase;


Instead of the SET PASSWORD command you can use a CREATE USER command, like so
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CREATE USER 'newuser'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';


after that you would GRANT him access to a database like so
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GRANT USAGE ON mynewdatabase.* TO 'newuser'@'localhost';


If the commandline is not your best friend all of this is maybe easier for you with phpmyadmin.
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