Altrea wrote:Generally there is no need for setting a password for phpmyadmin because the new security concept only grants access to phpmyadmin from localhost.
btisson wrote:So do i have a password ?
Altrea wrote:btisson wrote:So do i have a password ?
No, Apache analyses the request especially where it comes from and if the request is not sent from localhost it will be rejected.
Or do you mean the database password phpmyadmin uses to authenticate against MySQL? This is independend from phpmyadmin. phpmyadmin is just a GUI to administrate MySQL. By default there is a MySQL Administrator user named root with no password.
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