Monthly Archives: February 2012

Installing and configuring phpMyAdmin


Installation Debian 6 (Squeeze) provides a very straight-forward way of installing phpMyAdmin. As usual, apt gets the job done. Use the following: # apt-get install phpmyadmin ┬áThis will fetch the phpMyadmin package and any dependency if needed. Configuration There is minimal configuration needed. Just edit the following configuration files: The main configuration file:# nano /etc/phpmyadmin/ […]

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First things first: Set Password to root user in MySQL!


The MySQL client program is started by executing the command mysql at the shell prompt. In general, the syntax for this command is: %>mysql [options] [database] Where [options] can be one or a series of options used in conjunction with the mysql program, and [database] is the name of the database to use. Since it […]

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How to restart MySQL server in Debian 6.0


To start mysql server: # /etc/init.d/mysql start To stop mysql server: # /etc/init.d/mysql stop To restart mysql server # /etc/init.d/mysql restart

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