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After changing root password in phpMyAdmin I cannot connect

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After changing root password in phpMyAdmin I cannot connect

Postby obir » Sun Jan 31, 2010 9:48 pm

I've tried all the suggestions I've found and it still doesn't work. THIS PROBLEM ISN"T FROM A FRESH INSTALL. I recently changed the root password in phpMyAdmin, thinking that I was improving security. Well, it's so secure now that even I can't get in. I'm running this locally on MAMP and both servers are green, I just can't connect to the db.
After changing the root password I also changed it in:
MAMP/bin/checkMysql.sh
MAMP/bin/upgradeMysql.sh
MAMP/bin/mamp/index.php
MAMP/bin/phpMyAdminForPHP4/config.inc.php
MAMP/bin/phpMyAdminForPHP5/config.inc.php

HELP! PLEASE!

If I could just change root password back to default I will take that, but when I open up Terminal I get a blank window.
obir
 
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Re: After changing root password in phpMyAdmin I cannot conn

Postby ijit » Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:31 pm

Hi,

I currently have it kind-of-working, and am trying to improve that.

Check you got all the files in Tison's post;
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9426

(I know you got one he didn't - thankyou for that)

Make sure your including the port when you type the address in.
For example; it currently works for me when using
localhost:80
but not
localhost

(I changed the ports to defaults for apache & MySQL - I also changed the port in config.inc.php to 3306; does anyone know where I might need to add the info for the apache port?)

Only other thing I can think of, is I also did Tison's first step via the terminal, changing the password again (even though I got into this mess by changing the password in phpMyAdmin beforehand)
ijit
 
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