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  1. You are not going to believe this!I just read a public domain report, that exposesthe reason AdSense income sucks lately, eventhough every would be "Guru" on the netis pushing AdSense products like never before!The report is called "The Death Of AdSense" and youcan just go grab it from this website.Go here: The Death of AdsenseWhat's really cool is this guy also explains how hewent from a few hundred dollars in AdSense incometo over $50,000 a month after he gave up AdSense!He's closing the doors on the report, so go grabone while it's still a live link.

  2. phpMyAdmin is just an interface for MySql...if you deleted your databases then they are completely gone and cannot be recovered unless you had made backups (which is always a good idea to do regularly).This is just a lesson you will have ot learn from....sorry
    Yeah,this is my first lesson but still,it is very good one for me so i will not repeat mistakes in future. :)
  3. Well, if you deleted all your databases, you lost your data and you would have to start all over with your site. :) I don't understand what you have done :)I'll hand over this problem to more advanced SQL users. I can't help you any further, sorry.
    it's okay,man. well,i am newbie to programming. i burn my midnight's oil on this. i was trying to set up my blog site that will be my first site. :)
  4. If you reinstall MySQL, the database itself would not be deleted, only the installation of the software. So reinstalling doesn't help. How anyway were you able to delete the root directory? :)Do you use Windows Server or Apache?
    No wonder, reinstalling cannot help anything. I deleted all databases from phpMyAdmin and think that I use Apache to configure with PHP, MySQL and Perl.
  5. I accidentally deleted the root directory from phpMyAdmin and am not able to access to phpMyAdmin so I checked on MySQL but I could not get into MySQL because I do not know what is the actual current password so I reinstall MySQL and the result is the same. Please advise me. Thank you very much.

  6. Hello there and sorry for not introducing myself earlier,I am Thomas (Senior) from Singapore (Southeast Asia) because there is one person also named Thomas and I am 29 years old; much older than Thomas (Junior). :) I do enjoy reading your forum and learn many things here as well as good free navigations here. I am going to take up the HTML, ASP and later XML Certification soon. I hope to get the certificates before the end of this year. I do have plan to upgrade my skills and knowledge afterwards. I am much keen in programming and web design.

  7. Do you have any idea what was wrong? Was it just that you were using mysql for the extension when it was really mysqli? (How exactly are those two different, ive never used mysqli, only mysql..)
    I forgot these codes totally till I got the answer from other forum. Since I plan for blog design, I decided to explore new things like this. I did add extension=php_mysqli.dll after extension=php_mysql.dll (removing the semicolon) in php.ini file of C:\php5 folder. This enables support for the MySQL-specific functions that will be used by my blog.
  8. lol, he was just joking with you.
    :) Oh man, I thought that he means it seriously! Thanks... Anyways, I finally accessed to phpMyAdmin by adding php codes in config.inc.php:
    <?php$i = 0;$i++;$cfg['PmaAbsoluteUri'] = 'http://localhost/phpMyAdmin/';$cfg['Servers'][$i]['extension'] = 'mysqli';$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'http';?>

  9. The problem is obviously that you installed Peril! It creates a very perilous environment!You need to put your password for MySQL in the phpMyAdmin config file. Add these lines to the config file:$cfg['Servers'][$i]['controluser'] = 'root';$cfg['Servers'][$i]['controlpass'] = 'your password';Also, I think phpMyAdmin kicks ######! It's a great tool.
    Should I remove Peril? I did add these lines to config.inc.php but the results are still same; failed connection. I cannot wait to start my blog site.
  10. May I ask what version of phpMyAdmin are you using?
    phpAdmin version I installed earlier is
    phpMyAdmin isnt actually all too bad, but I guess you could go with making your own MySQL center.. Its sounds like your username. are you sure its root?
    well, it is my first time to do the programming. What is the actual user for root@localhost? I think that I need to source out more on this so please enlighten me. Thank you.
    My I come in between and say that I think phpMyAdmin sucks? :)But that is my opinion, ignore me :) This is besides the point.I always create my own admin control panel, less danger in doing something wrong, and possibility to hanbd over permissions to your mods if you have.
    It's ok as long as I learn new things from here. So what is the programming software for creating your own admin control panel?
  11. double check the calues in the top 2 $cfg lines, i think its not correct.a friend say that the address should be http://localhost, not sure bout it thoughdid you make any changes to config.inc.php? The root pw should be blank
    hi, can you please correct me for the top 2 $cfg lines? I opened "config.inc.php" file under phpMyAdmin folder and then entered the same codes that I mentioned earlier. Where can I find the root password to verify its status? thanks lot.
  12. Hi all,I would like to seek for your help or advice on my phpMyAdmin problems.I have already installed the latest versions of Apache, PHP, Peril, MySQL and phpMyAdmin for creating my own blog site but I have a problem with phpMyAdmin:- When I typed "http://localhost/phpMyAdmin on my browser, I received the error message saying that MySQL said: #1045 - Access denied for user 'root@localhost'. Is there something wrong in my "C:\htdocs\phpMyAdmin\config.inc.php"? The codes in "config.inc.php" are:<?php$cfg['PmaAbsoluteUri'] = 'http://localhost/phpMyAdmin/';$cfg['Servers'][$i]['extension'] = 'mysqli';$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'http';?>Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you very much.

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