Jeff D wrote:
I tried your solution this morning and it didn't change anything
On Tue, 21 Aug 2007, ArcticFox wrote:
On Aug 20, 2007, at 9:58 PM, Freddy Freeloader wrote:
Sorry to be so long getting back to you, but I had already tried
this and you're not going to believe the results....
There is a phpinfo.php file in /usr/share/phpmyadmin. It doesn't
work. However, I took the php script I used earlier to connect to
mysql, added the phpinfo() function to the bottom of the page,
copied it to /usr/share/phpmyadmin and Apache served the page. It
both connected to mysql and served up the php configuration. It has
the same permissions that all other files have in that directory....
Now, I'm not highly experienced with Apache, but know enough to set
it up and get it working in most situations, but this just plain old
has me buffaloed.... That Apache will not serve up any of the
phpmyadmin php pages but will serve up other php pages located in
the same directory just seems plain old bizarre to me.
I'm sorry if this seems redundant but you're /sure/ all the files
have the same user and permissions? If that's the case the only thing
I can think of is to try downloading a fresh copy and installing
that. That seems strange to me too.
I just set it up here and apparently even though I have a
config.inc.php file, it was ignoring it anyway. So I edited
libraries/config.default.php, added in my host info and wow it works!
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