MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

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linhoo
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MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

Post by linhoo » Mon 13. May 2013, 08:32

Hi
please help me
i wanna update my MySQL to 4.1.2
but don't know hot to do it
anybody can help?thanks so much

PS:i already install MySQL 4 on my computer
when i Launch phpMyAdmin
this page have note like:

A newer version of phpMyAdmin is available and you should consider upgrading. The newest version is 4.0.0, released on 2013-05-03.

but i can not found how to do it
please help
thanks so much

sheasbys
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Re: MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

Post by sheasbys » Thu 23. May 2013, 14:33

I think you are referring to phpMyAdmin. MySQL is most likely version 5.4.10. To check this click on "webstart" in the MAMP application.

To update phpMyAdmin this should work, at least this works as of version 2.1.3

1. Get the latest phpMyAdmin http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/downloads.php
2. Copy the `config.inc.php` file from `/Applications/MAMP/bin/phpMyAdmin` to the desktop.
3. Delete the `phpMyAdmin` folder from `/Applications/MAMP/bin/phpMyAdmin`
4. Unzip the phpMyAdmin file you downloaded, rename the resulting folder to `phpMyAdmin` [syntax is important here] and copy it to `/Applications/MAMP/bin/`
5. Copy the `config.inc.php` file from your desktop to `/Applications/MAMP/bin/phpMyAdmin`.
6. I would suggest you make one edit to `config.inc.php`. On line 61 you will need to add a blowfish secret in between the single quotes:

$cfg['blowfish_secret'] = '';

(An online generator is available here: http://www.question-defense.com/tools/p ... -generator)

7. Start up MAMP Pro and when you choose the phpMyAdmin tab you should be directed to your updated phpMyAdmin.

Hope this helps.
Last edited by sheasbys on Fri 8. Nov 2013, 14:32, edited 1 time in total.

sheasbys
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Re: MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

Post by sheasbys » Thu 23. May 2013, 17:30

You might also get a language error: Unknown language: en-iso-8859-1 if so you will need to modify your config.inc.php file accordingly. View my post here for more details:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1645 ... 6#16720226

berk
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Re: MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

Post by berk » Sun 28. Jul 2013, 17:24

sheasbys wrote:You might also get a language error: Unknown language: en-iso-8859-1 if so you will need to modify your config.inc.php file accordingly. View my post here for more details:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1645 ... 6#16720226

Nope! That isn't the cause of the error for ME.
BUT: I use MAMP PRO in German language and so I will write my changes in GERMAN in the German bulletin...

(for me the error message was: Unknown language: de-iso-8859-1 .... so I realized, that the cause of this error is NOT a config file, but THE STRING, which is copied in the browser
if you click on the "start phpmyadmin" button.

I changed it in MAMP PRO -> Contents -> Resources -> de.lproj -> Misc.strings

No problem any more!!!

:D

Best,

Bernado

LAOMUSIC ARTS
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Re: MAMP PRO2.1.4 how to update MySQL to 4.1.2

Post by LAOMUSIC ARTS » Mon 3. Mar 2014, 10:25

berk wrote:
sheasbys wrote:You might also get a language error: Unknown language: en-iso-8859-1 if so you will need to modify your config.inc.php file accordingly. View my post here for more details:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1645 ... 6#16720226

Nope! That isn't the cause of the error for ME.
BUT: I use MAMP PRO in German language and so I will write my changes in GERMAN in the German bulletin...

(for me the error message was: Unknown language: de-iso-8859-1 .... so I realized, that the cause of this error is NOT a config file, but THE STRING, which is copied in the browser
if you click on the "start phpmyadmin" button.

I changed it in MAMP PRO -> Contents -> Resources -> de.lproj -> Misc.strings

No problem any more!!!

:D

Best,

Bernado
May you share the line in Misc.strings you mofied please?

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