rosede wrote:Man, you are just to full of yourself aren't you??
rosede wrote:You have absolutely no idea what the hell you're talking about, and you're talking down to me as if I'm some noobe that just fell off the turnip truck.
Again you are wrong here. I asked you on my very first posting here to search for the string phpmyadmin in the config files. I wanted to guide you through the
whole process of finding and editing the correct parts in the config AND giving you some knowledge about these specific configuration parts if you have some questions about them,
But that was not what you wanted. You just wanted to get a prepered line by line instruction what you need to change to achieve your goal. You simply don't care about security issues, configuration knowledge and you don't wanted to do anything by yourself.
That isnot the help we want to provide here. And that is just a fact you don't want to accept. I don't blame you for the lack of knowledge, thats fine. Gaining knowledge is a neverending daily task. But not willing to do anything yourself, doing simple tasks like searching for specific lines of code, that is the reason why you don't got any help here, not from me and not from others.
I don't care if you are being an IT engineer for 30 years or not and how you was treated from others in the past. I am working in the IT too, does have my career, earn good money, blah blah blah. I was able to provide free help here for hundreds of people willing to do something for it, learning something. And i will still do this in the future. But people like you will not get any help from me. People like you always should pay for support.
rosede wrote:I have to confess here. I've known how to do this since the day I posted this message. As soon as I posted the question,I figured it out, but I decided to keep the posting up because I wanted to see what kind of response I would get.
So you are just another troll, nobody to care about