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  1. #1

    Default phpmyadmin or mysql administartor

    I am trying my hands on LINUX (ubuntu and SUSE), but find them much complicated.
    In YAST I can see php5-mysql installed. But localhost/mysql , says Object not found

    Some applications under www folder do not work.
    localhost works, but not mysql.

    Please suggest some thing, so that I can say goodbye to Windows ASAP

  2. #2
    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: phpmyadmin or mysql administartor

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    What is 'localhost/mysql'... is that a path? Can you please post full
    URLs or paths as you use them?

    php5-mysql is the module so that PHP can integrate with MySQL, but there
    are others to also add. I assume you have Apache/httpd installed and
    working since you mentioned you can see some data under localhost. Have
    you verified permissions on the files are set properly? For httpd to
    serve a file it must be able to read it, and if it's a PHP file it must
    know to use PHP to interpret those files (usually by file extension).
    Post the output from the following commands, please:

    rpm -qa | grep -i apache
    rpm -qa | grep -i php

    Also there are several other threads in these forums on getting
    Apache/PHP working together that you may want to review for a quicker
    resolution.

    Good luck.





    vspunn wrote:
    > I am trying my hands on LINUX (ubuntu and SUSE), but find them much
    > complicated.
    > In YAST I can see php5-mysql installed. But localhost/mysql , says
    > Object not found
    >
    > Some applications under www folder do not work.
    > localhost works, but not mysql.
    >
    > Please suggest some thing, so that I can say goodbye to Windows ASAP
    >
    >

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  3. #3

    Default Re: phpmyadmin or mysql administartor

    When I give the command for apache I get:
    apache2-mod_php5.2.4-11
    apache2-prefork
    and some more lines.
    Same with php command.

    Is there any way I can copy and atach the output.

    Please suggest

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    Default Re: phpmyadmin or mysql administartor

    If you execute the command in either Konsole (KDE) or Gnomes terminal program (forgot the name) you should be able to simple drag/highlight that what you want to copy and right-click / choose "Copy".
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    More KDE -> PINK KDE

  5. #5

    Default Re: phpmyadmin or mysql administartor

    I downloaded PhpMyAdmin and did the setup. It is in the folder srv/htdocs

    I am able to go to http://localhost/phpmyadmin

    Here if I enter the username as "root", I get the error message- Access denied.
    On using localhosta s the username, the error is "#1045 - Access denied for user 'localhost'@'localhost' (using password: NO)"
    There is no password for it.

    I have not changed any file inside phpmyadmin folder.

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