pocketchalker wrote:I don't have anything in my start menu start up folder.
The difference between running as a service and not running as a service is, as a service it will start on booting the PC, running not as a service you would start MySQL manually from the CP or the bat files in the XAMPP folder.pocketchalker wrote:Running things as a service?
What's the difference?
If you want to change the MySQL password then use the Security page in the XAMPP Welcome page at http://localhost then click on this link http://localhost/security/xamppsecurity.phppocketchalker wrote:...somethings goofy with the password. How do I reset it?
AFAIK this should be from within Joomla as the passwords will be encrypted when placed in the database by Joomla.pocketchalker wrote:phpMyAdmin/database/jos_users...
We seem to have slipped off topic now - perhaps to continue with this you may wish to start a new thread.Doug wrote:The reason I got into this mess was because I"m trying to make my localhost writable. I'm connecting to my host with FZilla but as an anonymous user. I know I need to log in as admin but somethings goofy with the password. How do I reset it?
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