phpMyAdmin 2.2.2 다운로드



리눅스 호스팅 받으시는 분들은 다 아는 프로그램이죠..

디비 생성 및 삭제,,..그리고 수정하는 프로그램입니다.






설치방법

아래는 인용입니다.

안녕하세요..
처니리예요 ㅡㅡㅋ
제가 오늘 필드추가를 어케 하는지 몰라서 삽질도중 이것저것 보구 하면서
성공을 하였습니다 그래서 저같은 초보분들을 위해서 제가 이렇게 올려 봄니다.
전 이렇게 하니까 되길래 그래고 초보분들에게는 필요할꺼 같아서 올려요 ㅠ.ㅠ
문제점이 있다면 고수님들 지적과 조언을 해주셨으면 감사하겟네요
phpMyAdmin 2.2.2 첨부하였습니다..
일단 phpMyAdmin 2.2.2을 다운들 받는다
받으셨다면 폴더명을 phpmyadmin 이라고 바꾸고
머 폴더명 꼭 저렇게 하라는 법은 엄찌만 초보자님들은 그냥 저렇게 쓰세요
phpmyadmin 폴더 안에 보면 config.inc.php <~이파일이 있습니다
이파일을 메모장에나 머 다른 프로그램으로 여시구요
그리구요 일단 config.inc.php 파일을 열어 보시면 아시겠지만 소스가 뒤죽박죽으로 되어있습니다
그래서 찾기가 힘들거든요 일단 계정에 먼저 올리시구요
그다음 phpmyadmin 폴더에 들어가셔서 config.inc.php 파일들 다시 ftp로 다운받으셔서
수정하시면 소스내용이 정리가 되어 있을꺼예요 그럼 아마 좀 착기 쉬우실듯합니다
저의 예입니다 그냥 수정하셔도 되구염 
자 그럼 phpmyadmin 설치방법및 셋팅법을 알아 보겠습니다.
$cfgServers[1]['host'] = 'localhost'; >> 이곳에서 localhost 혹은 자신의 mysql이 설치된 서버명을 적어넣는다. db.comeof.com 혹은 아이피 주소. 모르신다면 계정관리자에게 문의 하세요
$cfgServers[1]['port'] = '3306'; >> 이곳에는 mysql이 사용하는 포트를 적어넣는다. 3306이 기본이며, 혹시 포트가 다르거나 모르신다면, 계정관리자에게 문의를 하세요.
$cfgServers[1]['user'] = '아이뒤'; >> 이곳에는 사용하는 mysql 계정아이디를 넣는다.
$cfgServers[1]['password'] = '비밀번호'; >> 이곳에는 mysql 계정 패스워드를 넣는다.
위에 있는거만 수정하신다음 계정에 업로드하시면 설치는 끝이예요
그리고 접속은 http://도메인/phpmyadmin/index.php  <~이렇게 하시면 됨니다
머 들어가시면 아시겠지만 필드추가밑 디비 복구 하실때 유용함니다
phpmyadmin 2.2.2 <~버젼 첨부 함니다 ....
유용하세 사용하세요 저같은 초보자님들을 위해서 올려 봄니다 ㅡㅡㅋ
아참!!!! 그리고 보안을 위해서도 하나 더 추가 합니다
config.inc.php <~파일 가장 윗부분에 보시면
<?php <~이부분이 있습니다 바로 아래부분에 밑에 소스를 추가하세요
//여기서부터
$admin_id="아뒤"; //인증창이뜨면 넣을 아뒤
$admin_pwd="비번"; //넣을 비번
// 위 두가지는 자신의 디비설정이랑 상관없이 맘대로 만드시면 됩니다..
// 그리고 필요할때마다 바꿔서 쓰실수 있습니다..
function auth_User() {
        Header("WWW-authenticate: basic realm=\"Mysql Controller For Owner\" ");
        Header("HTTP/1.0 401 Unauthorized");
        echo ("
                <SCRIPT>
                alert('Fail! GO Away!');
                history.go(-1);
                </SCRIPT>");
        exit;
}
if($admin_id != $PHP_AUTH_USER || $admin_pwd != $PHP_AUTH_PW) {
        auth_User();
} else {
        
                SetCookie ("Haze_Name", $PHP_AUTH_USER);
                SetCookie ("Haze_Pwd", crypt("sw",$PHP_AUTH_PW));
                Header("HTTP/1.0 401 Unauthorized");
        }
//여기 위에 까지입니다.
여기까지 복사하시고 저장하세요 그래야 보안이 조금이나마 됨니다
저두 엔지오 뒤지면서 제가 먼저해보구 정신 없이 하다보니 어떤분에 소스이고
어떤분의 팁인지 기억이 잘 안나네요 ㅡㅜ 출처 적지 못한거 이해좀 해주세요
저두 초보다 보니 정신없이 하다보니 ㅡㅡㅋ 어디가 어딘지 기억두 ㅡㅡㅋ
일단 죄송합니다... (__*)꾸딱 ...
이렇게 정리해서 올려도 될런지 모르겠네요 안된다면 삭제 하겠습니다 ....
그럼 이만
모두들 즐~~~
 


아래는 원 저작자 작성글입니다.


                        phpMyAdmin 2.2.2 Documentation
                                      
     * [1]Official phpMyAdmin project homepage    [
       http://www.phpwizard.net/projects/phpMyAdmin/ ]
     * [2]Sourceforge phpMyAdmin download page    [
       http://phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net/ ]
     * Local documents:
          + Version history: [3]ChangeLog
          + General notes: [4]README
          + License: [5]LICENSE
     * Documentation version: $Id: Documentation.html,v 1.105 2001/12/02
       17:21:26 loic1 Exp $
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
   [6]Top  -  [7]Requirements  -  [8]Introduction  -  [9]Installation  -
   [10]Configuration  -  [11]FAQ  -  [12]Developers  -  [13]Credits
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
Requirements
     * PHP3 or PHP4: phpMyAdmin widely uses the 'str_replace()' php
       function that was added in PHP 3.0.6, but was buggy up until
       PHP 3.0.8. Then you should not run this script with PHP3 < 3.0.8.
       PHP also needs to be compiled with MySQL support;
     * MySQL (tested with 3.21.x, 3.22.x and 3.23.x);
     * a web-browser (doh!).
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
   [14]Top  -  [15]Requirements  -  [16]Introduction  -  [17]Installation
    -  [18]Configuration  -  [19]FAQ  -  [20]Developers  -  [21]Credits
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
Introduction
   phpMyAdmin can administer a whole MySQL-server (needs a super-user)
   but also a single database. To accomplish the latter you'll need a
   properly set up MySQL-user who can read/write only the desired
   database. It's up to you to look up the appropiate part in the MySQL
   manual. Currently phpMyAdmin can:
     * create and drop databases
     * create, copy, drop and alter tables
     * delete, edit and add fields
     * execute any SQL-statement, even batch-queries
     * manage keys on fields
     * load text files into tables
     * create (*) and read dumps of tables
     * export (*) and import data to CSV values
     * administer multiple servers and single databases
     * communicate in more than 20 different languages
      
   (*)  phpMyAdmin can compress (Zip, GZip -RFC 1952- or Bzip2 formats)
   dumps and CSV exports if you use PHP4 >= 4.0.4 with Zlib support
   (--with-zlib) and/or Bzip2 support (--with-bz2).
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
   [22]Top  -  [23]Requirements  -  [24]Introduction  -  [25]Installation
    -  [26]Configuration  -  [27]FAQ  -  [28]Developers  -  [29]Credits
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
Installation
   NOTE: phpMyAdmin does not apply any special security methods to the
   MySQL database server. It is still the sysadmin's job to grant
   permissions on the MySQL databases properly.
  
   Warning for Mac users: php seems not to like Mac end of lines
   character ("\r") and Stuffit unstuffs with Mac formats, of course.
   So you'll have to resave as in Bbedit to unix style ALL phpMyAdmin
   scripts before uploading them to your server.
  
   Quick Install:
    1. Untar or unzip the distribution (be sure to unzip the
       subdirectories): tar xzvf phpMyAdmin_x.x.x.tar.gz
    2. Open the file config.inc.php3 in your favourite editor and change
       the values for host, user and password to fit your environment.
       Have a look at [30]Configuration section for an explanation of all
       values.
    3. It is recommended that you protect the directory in which you
       installed phpMyAdmin (unless it's on a closed intranet, or you
       wish to use advanced authentication), for example with HTTP-AUTH
       (in a .htaccess file). See the [31]FAQ section for additional
       information.
    4. Open the file <www.your-host.com>/<your-install-dir>/index.php3 in
       your browser. phpMyAdmin should now display a welcome screen and
       your databases, or a login dialog if using advanced
       authentication.
      
   Upgrading from an older version:
     * Please do not copy your older config.inc.php3 over the new one: it
       may offer new configuration variables, and the new version may
       depend on these for normal behavior. It is suggested instead to
       insert your site values in the new one.
      
   Using Advanced Authentication:
    1. phpMyAdmin needs a stduser that has only the SELECT privilege on
       the mysql.user (all columns except "Password"), mysql.db (all
       columns) & mysql.tables_priv (all columns except "Grantor" &
       "Timestamp") tables.
       You must specify the details for the stduser in the
       config.inc.php3 file under the $cfgServers[n]['stduser'] &
       $cfgServers[n]['stdpass'] settings.
       To create the control account (<stduser> and <stdpass> have to be
       replaced by your own values, of course):
      
       GRANT USAGE ON mysql.* TO '<stduser>'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY
   '<stdpass>';
   GRANT SELECT (Host, User, Select_priv, Insert_priv, Update_priv,
   Delete_priv, Create_priv, Drop_priv, Reload_priv, Shutdown_priv,
   Process_priv, File_priv, Grant_priv, References_priv, Index_priv,
   Alter_priv) ON mysql.user TO '<stduser>'@'localhost';
   GRANT SELECT ON mysql.db TO '<stduser>'@'localhost';
   GRANT SELECT (Host, Db, User, Table_name, Table_priv, Column_priv) ON
   mysql.tables_priv TO '<stduser>'@'localhost';
   ... and if you want to use the bookmark feature:
       GRANT SELECT, INSERT, DELETE ON <bookmark_db>.<bookmark_table> TO
   '<stduser>'@'localhost';
    2. Then each of the true users should be granted of a set of
       privileges on a set of perticular databases but shouldn't have any
       global privileges. For example, to grant the user real_user with
       all privileges on the database user_base:
          GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON user_base TO 'real_user'@localhost
       IDENTIFIED BY 'real_password';
       What the user may now do is controlled entirely by the MySQL user
       management system.
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
   [32]Top  -  [33]Requirements  -  [34]Introduction  -  [35]Installation
    -  [36]Configuration  -  [37]FAQ  -  [38]Developers  -  [39]Credits
   ______________________________________________________________________
  
Configuration
   Warning for Mac users: php seems not to like Mac end of lines
   character ("\r"). So ensure you choose the option that allows to use
   the *nix end of line character ("\n") in your text editor before
   registering a script you have modified.
  
   All configurable data is placed in config.inc.php3.
  
   $cfgPmaAbsoluteUri string
          Sets here the complete url (with full path) to your phpMyAdmin
          version. E.g.
          http://www.your_web.net/path_to_your_phpMyAdmin_directory/.
          Don't forget the slash at the end of your url.
         
   $cfgServers array
          Since version 1.4.2, phpMyAdmin supports the administration of
          multiple MySQL servers. Therefore, a $cfgServers-array has been
          added which contains the login information for the different
          servers. $cfgServers[1]['host'] contains the hostname of the
          first server, $cfgServers[2]['host'] the hostname of the second
          server, etc. If you have only one server to administer, simply
          leave free the hostname of the other $cfgServer-entries.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['host'] string
          The hostname of your n-th MySQL-server. E.g. localhost.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['port'] string
          The port-number of your n-th MySQL-server. Default is 3306
          (leave blank).
         
   $cfgServers[n]['socket'] string
          The path to the socket to use. Leave blank for default.
          To use the socket feature you must run php 3.0.10 or more.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['connect_type'] string
          What type connection to use with the MySQL server. Your options
          are 'socket' & 'tcp'. It defaults to 'tcp' as that is nearly
          guarenteed to be available on all MySQL servers, while sockets
          are not supported on some platforms.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['stduser'] string
          $cfgServers[n]['stdpass'] string
          When using advanced authentication mode (or standard
          authentication mode since phpMyAdmin 2.2.1), you need to supply
          the details of a MySQL account that has SELECT privilege on the
          mysql.user (all columns except "Password"), mysql.db (all
          columns) & mysql.tables_priv (all columns except "Grantor" &
          "Timestamp") tables. This account is used to check what
          databases the user will see at login.
          Please see the [40]install section on "Using advanced
          authentication" for more information.
          Note that if you try login to phpMyAdmin with this "stduser",
          you could get some errors, depending the exact privileges you
          gave to the "stduser". phpMyAdmin does not support a direct
          login with the "stduser".
         
   $cfgServers[n]['adv_auth'] boolean
          Whether basic or advanced authentication should be used for
          this server.
          Basic authentication ($adv_auth = FALSE) is the plain old way:
          username and password are stored in config.inc.php3. Advanced
          authentication ($adv_auth = TRUE) as introduced in 1.3.0 allows
          you to log in as any valid MySQL user via HTTP-Auth.
          Please note that this authentication mode is only supported
          with PHP running as an Apache module, and not with cgi.
          Using advanced authentication is recommended:
         
          + when phpMyAdmin is running in a multi-user environment where
            people have shell-access that you don't want to know the
            username/password for MySQL.
          + when you want to give users access to their own database and
            don't want them to play around with others.
           
          Advanced authentication is secure as the MySQL passwords does
          not need to be set in the phpMyAdmin configuration file.
          (except for the standard user -see above-).
          Please see the install section on "Using advanced
          authentication " for more information.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['user'] string
          $cfgServers[n]['password'] string
          The user/password-pair which phpMyAdmin will use to connect to
          this MySQL-server. The password is not needed when advanced
          authentication is used, and should be empty.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['only_db'] string or array
          If set to a(an array of) database name(s), only this(these)
          database(s) will be shown to the user. Since phpMyAdmin 2.2.1,
          this/these database(s) name(s) may contain MySQL wilcards
          characters ("_" and "%"): if you want to use literal instances
          of these characters, escape them (ie use 'my\_db' and not
          'my_db').
          This setting is an efficient way to lower the server charge
          since the latter does not need to send MySQL requests to build
          the available database list. But it does not replace the
          privileges rules of the MySQL database server. If set, it just
          means only these databases will be displayed but not at all
          other databases can't be used.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['verbose'] string
          Only useful when using phpMyAdmin with multiple server entries.
          If set, this string will be displayed instead of the hostname
          in the pulldown menu on the main page. This can be useful if
          you want to show only certain databases on your system, for
          example.
         
   $cfgServers[n]['bookmarkdb'] string
          $cfgServers[n]['bookmarktable'] string
          Since release 2.2.0 phpMyAdmin allows to bookmark queries. This
          can be useful for queries you often run.
          To use this functionality you have to:
         
          + create a table following this scheme:
                 CREATE TABLE bookmark (
                   id int(11) DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL auto_increment,
                   dbase varchar(255) NOT NULL,
                   user varchar(255) NOT NULL,
                   label varchar(255) NOT NULL,
                   query text NOT NULL,
                   PRIMARY KEY (id)
                 );
          + then complete the two variables $cfgServers[n]['bookmarkdb']
            and $cfgServers[n]['bookmarktable'] with the database and
            table names you've choosen so phpMyAdmin will be able to find
            the bookmarks.
           
          Note that stduser must have SELECT, INSERT and DELETE
          privileges on the bookmark table. Here is a query to set up
          those privileges:
          GRANT SELECT,INSERT,DELETE ON <bookmarkdb>.<bookmarktable> to
          'stduser'@localhost;
         
   $cfgServerDefault integer
          If you have more than one server configured, you can set
          $cfgServerDefault to any one of them to autoconnect to that
          server when phpMyAdmin is started, or set it to 0 to be given a
          list of servers without logging in.
          If you have only one server configured, $cfgServerDefault MUST
          be set to that server.
         
   $cfgOBGzip boolean
          Defines whether to use gzip output buffering for increased
          speed in HTTP transfers.
         
   $cfgPersistentConnections boolean
          Whether persistent connections should be used or not
          (mysql_connect or mysql_pconnect).
         
   $cfgExecTimeLimit integer [number of seconds]
          Set the number of seconds a script is allowed to run. If
          seconds is set to zero, no time limit is imposed.
          This setting is used while importing/exporting dump files but
          has no effect when PHP is running in safe mode.
         
   $cfgSkipLockedTables boolean
          Mark used tables and make it possible to show databases with
          locked tables (since 3.23.30).
         
   $cfgShowSQL boolean
          Defines whether sql-queries generated by phpMyAdmin should be
          displayed or not.
         
   $cfgAllowUserDropDatabase boolean
          Defines whether standard users (non administrator) are allowed
          to delete their own database or not. If set as FALSE, the link
          "Drop Database" will not be shown, and even a "DROP DATABASE
          mydatabase" will be rejected. Quite practical for ISP's with
          many customers.
         
   $cfgConfirm boolean
          Whether a warning ("Are your really sure..") should be
          displayed when you're about to loose data.
         
   $cfgShowTooltip boolean
          Defines whether to display table comment as tooltip in left
          frame or not.
         
   $cfgShowMysqlInfo boolean
          $cfgShowMysqlVars boolean
          $cfgShowPhpInfo boolean
          Defines whether to display the "MySQL runtime information",
          "MySQL system variables" and "PHP information" links or not for
          simple users at the starting main (right) frame. This setting
          does not check MySQL commands entered directly.
          Please note that to block the usage of phpinfo() in scripts,
          you have to put this in your php.ini:
          disable_functions = phpinfo()
         
   $cfgShowStats boolean
          Defines whether to display space usage and statistics about
          databases and tables or not.
          Note that statistics requires at least MySQL 3.23.3 and that,
          at this date, MySQL doesn't return such information for
          Berkeley DB tables.
         
   $cfgShowBlob boolean
          Defines whether BLOB fields are shown when browsing a table's
          content or not.
         
   $cfgNavigationBarIconic boolean
          Defines whether navigation bar buttons contain text or symbols
          only.
         
   $cfgShowAll boolean
          Defines whether an user should be displayed a "show all
          (records)" button in browse mode or not.
         
   $cfgMaxRows integer
          Number of rows displayed when browsing a resultset. If the
          resultset contains more rows, Previous/Next links will be
          shown.
         
   $cfgOrder string [DESC|ASC|SMART]
          Defines whether fields are displayed in ascending (ASC) order,
          in descending (DESC) order or in a "smart" (SMART) order -ie
          descending order for fields of type TIME, DATE, DATETIME &
          TIMESTAMP, ascending order else- by default.
         
   $cfgProtectBinary boolean
          Defines whether BLOB or BINARY fields are protected from
          edition when browsing a table's content or not. Valid values
          are:
          - FALSE to allow edition of all fields;
          - blob to allow edition of all fields except BLOBS;
          - all to disallow edition of all BINARY or BLOB fields.
         
   $cfgZipDump boolean
          $cfgGZipDump boolean
          $cfgBZipDump boolean
          Defines whether to allow the use of zip/gzip/bzip compression
          when creating a dump file or not.
         
   $cfgManualBase string
          If set to an URL which points to the MySQL documentation,
          appropriate help links are generated.
         
   $cfgDefaultLang string
          Defines the default language to use, if not browser-defined or
          user-defined.
          See the select_lang.inc.php3 script to know the valid values
          for this setting.
         
   $cfgLang string
          Force: always use this language (must be defined in the
          select_lang.inc.php3 script).
         
   $cfgLeftBgColor string [HTML color]
          $cfgRightBgColor string [HTML color]
          The background colors (HTML) used for both the frames.
         
   $cfgBorder integer
          The size of a table's border.
         
   $cfgThBgcolor string [HTML color]
          The color (HTML) used for table headers.
         
   $cfgBgcolorOne string [HTML color]
          The color (HTML) #1 for table rows.
         
   $cfgBgcolorTwo string [HTML color]
          The color (HTML) #2 for table rows.
         
   $cfgPointerColor string [HTML color]
          The color (HTML) used for the pointer in browse mode (does not
          work with NS4).
         
   $cfgTextareaCols integer
          $cfgTextareaRows integer
          Number of columns and rows for the textareas.
         
   $cfgLimitChars integer
          Maximal number of Chars showed in a TEXT OR a BLOB field on
          browse view. Can be turned off by a toggle button on the browse
          page.
         
   $cfgModifyDeleteAtLeft boolean
          $cfgModifyDeleteAtRight boolean
          Defines the place where modify and delete links would be put
          when tables contents are displayed (you may have them displayed
          both at the left and at the right).
         
   $cfgLeftWidth integer
          Left frame width in pixel.
         
   $cfgColumnTypes array
          All possible types of a MySQL column. In most cases you don't
          need to edit this.
         
   $cfgAttributeTypes array
          Possible attributes for fields. In most cases you don't need to
          edit this.
         
   $cfgFunctions array
          A list of functions MySQL supports. In most cases you don't
          need to edit this.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
  [Server]
 
   I'm running php 4+ and my server is crashing each time a specific
   action is required or phpMyAdmin sends a blank page or a page full of
   cryptic characters to my browser, what can I do?
   There are some known php bugs with output buffering and compression.
   Try to set the $cfgOBGzip directive to FALSE in your config.inc.php or
   .php3 file and the zlib.output_compression directive to Off in your
   php configuration file.
  
   My Apache server crashes when using phpMyAdmin.
   You should first try the latest versions of Apache (and possibly
   MySQL).
   See also the other FAQ entry about php bugs with output buffering.
   If your server keeps crashing, please ask for help in the various
   Apache support groups.
  
   Using phpMyAdmin on IIS, I'm displayed the error message: "The
   specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set
   of HTTP headers...."
   You just forgot to read the install.txt file from the php
   distribution. Have a look at the last message in this [49]bug report
   from the official php bug database.
  
   Using phpMyAdmin on IIS, I'm facing crashes and/or many error messages
   with the advanced authentication mode.
   This is a known problem with the php ISAPI filter: it's not so stable.
   For some more information and complete testings see the messages
   posted by Andr?B. aka "djdeluxe76" in [50]this thread from the
   phpWizard forum.
  
   I can't use phpMyAdmin on PWS: nothing is displayed!
   This seems to be a PWS bug. Filippo Simoncini found a workaroud (at
   this time there is no better fix): remove or comment the DOCTYPE
   declarations (3 lines) from the scripts header.inc.php3, index.php3,
   left.php3 and libraries/common.lib.php3.
  
   How can I GZip or Bzip a dump or a CSV export. It seems to not work?
   These features are based on the gzencode() and bzcompress() php
   functions to be more independent of the platform (Unix/Windows, Safe
   Mode or not, and so on). So, you must have PHP4 >= 4.0.4 and
   Zlib/Bzip2 support (--with-zlib and --with-bz2).
  
   I try to insert a text file in a table, and I get:
   Error MySQL said: The file '/tmp/phpkvpp60' must be in the database
   directory or be readable by all
   Your uploaded file is saved by PHP in the "upload dir", as defined in
   php.ini by the variable upload_tmp_dir (usually the system default is
   /tmp). If this directory is not readable by all, the MySQL server
   (which must be running on the same machine) cannot open the file
   (except if running as root, which is not recommended).
   The system administrator can do a "chmod 777 /tmp": then the MySQL
   server will accept to read it. Also, the user must have File
   privilege.
  
   I'm having troubles when uploading files. In general file uploads
   don't work on my system and uploaded files have a Content-Type: header
   in the first line.
   It's not really phpMyAdmin related but RedHat 7.0. You have a RedHat
   7.0 and you updated your php rpm to php-4.0.4pl1-3.i386.rpm, didn't
   you?
   So the problem is that this package has a serious bug that was
   corrected ages ago in php (2001-01-28: see [51]php's bug tracking
   system for more details). The problem is that the bugged package is
   still available though it was corrected (see [52]redhat's bugzilla for
   more details).
   So please download [53]the fixed package and the problem should go
   away.
   And that fixes the \r\n problem with file uploads!
  
   I'm having troubles when uploading files with phpMyAdmin running on a
   secure server. My browser is Internet Explorer and I'm using the
   Apache server.
   As suggested by "Rob M" in the phpWizard forum, add this line to your
   httpd.conf:
       SetEnvIf User-Agent ".*MSIE.*" nokeepalive ssl-unclean-shutdown
   It seems to clear up many problems between IE and SSL.
  
  [Configuration]
 
   The error message "Warning: Cannot add header information - headers
   already sent by ..." is displayed, what's the problem?
   Edit your config.inc.php or .php3 file and ensure there is nothing (ie
   no blank lines, no spaces, no characters...) neither before the <?php
   tag at the beginning, neither after the ?> tag at the end.
  
   phpMyAdmin can't connect to MySQL. What's wrong?
   Either there is an error with your PHP setup or your username/password
   is wrong. Try to make a small script which uses mysql_connect and see
   if it works. If it doesn't, it may be you haven't even compiled MySQL
   support into PHP.
  
   The error message "Warning: MySQL Connection Failed: Can't connect to
   local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' (111)...") is
   displayed. What can I do?
   Here is a fix suggested by Brad Ummer in the [54]phpwizard forum:
     * First, you need to determine what socket is being used by MySQL.
       To do this, telnet to your server and go to the MySQL bin
       directory. In this directory there should be a file named
       mysqladmin. Type ./mysqladmin variables, and this should give you
       a bunch of info about your MySQL server, including the socket
       (/tmp/mysql.sock, for example).
     * Then, you need to tell PHP to use this socket.
       Assuming you are using PHP 3.0.10 or better, you can specify the
       socket to use when you open the connection. To do this in
       phpMyAdmin, you need to complete the socket information in the
       config.inc.php3.
       For example: $cfgServers[n]['socket'] = '/tmp/mysql.sock';
      
   Have also a look at the [55]corresponding section of the MySQL
   documentation.
  
   Nothing is displayed by my browser when I try to run phpMyAdmin, what
   can I do?
   Try to set the $cfgOBGZip directive to FALSE in the phpMyAdmin
   configuration file. It helps sometime.
   Also have a look at your php version number: if it contains "4.0b..."
   it means you're running a beta version of PHP. That's not a so good
   idea, please upgrade to a plain revision.
  
   Each time I want to insert or change a record or drop a database or a
   table, an error 404 (page not found) is displayed or, with advanced
   authentication, I'm asked to login again. What's wrong?
   Check the value you set for the $cfgPmaAbsoluteUri directive in the
   phpMyAdmin configuration file.
  
  [Known limitations]
 
   When using advanced authentication, an user who logged out can not
   relogs in with the same nick.
   This is related to the authentication mechanism (protocol) used by
   phpMyAdmin. We plan to change it as soon as we may find enough free
   time to do it, but you can bypass this problem: just close all the
   opened browser windows and then go back to phpMyAdmin. You should be
   able to logs in again.
  
  [ISPs]
 
   I'm an ISP. Can I setup one central copy of phpMyAdmin or do I need to
   install it for each customer?
   Since version 2.0.3, you can setup a central copy of phpMyAdmin for
   all your users. The development of this feature was kindly sponsored
   by NetCologne GmbH. This requires a properly setup MySQL user
   management and phpMyAdmin advanced authentication. See the install
   section on "Using advanced authentication"
  
   What's the preferred way of making phpMyAdmin secure against evil
   access?
   This depends on your system.
   If you're running a server which cannot be accessed by other people,
   it's sufficient to use the directory protection bundled with your
   webserver (with Apache you can use .htaccess files, for example).
   If other people have telnet access to your server, you should use
   phpMyAdmin's advanced authentication feature.
   Suggestions:
     * Your config.inc.php3 file should be chmod 660.
     * All your phpMyAdmin files should be chown phpmy.apache, where
       phpmy is a user whose password is only known to you, and apache is
       the group under which Apache runs.
     * You should use PHP safe mode, to protect from other users that try
       to include your config.inc.php3 in their scripts.
      
   I get errors about not being able to include a file in /lang
   Check php.ini, or ask your sysadmin to check it. The include_path must
   contain "." somewhere in it, and open_basedir, if used, must contain
   "." and "./lang" to allow normal operation of phpMyAdmin.
  
   phpMyAdmin always gives "Access denied" when using advanced
   authentication.
   This could happen for several reasons:
     * $cfgServers[n]['stduser'] and/or $cfgServers[n]['stdpass'] are
       wrong.
     * The username/password you specify in the login-dialog are invalid.
     * You have already setup a security mechanism for the
       phpMyAdmin-directory, eg. a .htaccess file. This would interfere
       with phpMyAdmin's authentication, so remove it.
      
  [Browsers or client OS]
 
   I get an out of memory error, and my controls are non-functional, when
   trying to create a table with more than 14 fields.
   We could reproduce this problem only under Win98/98SE. Testing under
   WinNT4 or Win2K, we could easily create more than 60 fields.
   A workaround is to create a smaller number of fields, then come back
   to your table properties and add the other fields.
  
   With Xitami 2.5b4, phpMyAdmin won't process form fields
   This is not a phpMyAdmin problem but a Xitami known bug: you'll face
   it with each script/website that use forms.
   Upgrade or downgrade your Xitami server.
  
  [Using phpMyAdmin]
 
   I can't insert new rows into a table - MySQL brings up a SQL-error.
   Examine the SQL error with care. I've found that many programmers
   specifying a wrong field-type.
   Common errors include:
     * Using VARCHAR without a size argument
     * Using TEXT or BLOB with a size argument
      
   Also, look at the syntax chapter in the MySQL manual to confirm that
   your syntax is correct.
  
   When I create a table, I click the Index checkbox for 2 fields and
   phpMyAdmin generates only one index with those 2 fields.
   In phpMyAdmin 2.2.0 and 2.2.1, this is the way to create a
   multi-fields index. If you want two indexes, create the first one when
   creating the table, save, then display the table properties and click
   the Index link to create the other index.
  
   How can I insert a null value into my table?
   Enter "null", without the quotes, as the field's value. This is
   especially useful for Timestamp or AutoIncrement fields.
  
  [phpMyAdmin project]
 
   I have found a bug. How do I inform developers?
   Our Bug Tracker is located at
   [56]http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/ under the Bugs
   section.
   But please first discuss your bug with other users:
   [57]http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/ (and choose Forums)
   [58]http://www.phpwizard.net/projects/phpMyAdmin/ (and choose Support
   Forum)
  
   I want to translate the messages to a new language or upgrade an
   existing language, where do I start?
   Always use the current cvs version of your language file. For a new
   language, start from english.inc.php3. If you don't know how to get
   the cvs version, please ask one of the developers. It would be a good
   idea to subscribe to the phpmyadmin-translators discussion list,
   because this is where we ask for translations of new messages. You can
   then send your translations to the sourceforge.net translation
   tracker.
  
   I would like to help out with the development of phpMyAdmin. How
   should I proceed?
   The following method is preferred for new developers:
     * fetch the current CVS tree over anonymous CVS:
       cvs
       -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/phpmy
       admin login
       [Password: simply press the Enter key]
       cvs -z3
       -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/phpmy
       admin checkout phpMyAdmin
       [This will create a new sub-directory named phpMyAdmin]
     * add your stuff
     * put the modified files (tar'ed and gzip'ed) inside the patch
       tracker of the [59]phpMyAdmin SourceForge account.
      
   Write access to the CVS tree is granted only to experienced developers
   who have already contributed something useful to phpMyAdmin.
   Also, have a look at the [60]Developers section.
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Developers Information
   phpMyAdmin is Open Source, so you're invited to contribute to it. Many
   great features have been written by other people and you too can help
   to make phpMyAdmin a useful tool.
  
   If you're planning to contribute source, please read the following
   information:
     * All files include header.inc.php3 (layout),
       libraries/common.lib.php3 (common functions) and config.inc.php3.
       All configuration data belongs in config.inc.php3. Please keep it
       free from other code.
       Commonly used functions should be added to libraries/lib.inc.php3
       and more specific ones may be added within a library stored into
       the libraries sub-directory.
     * Obviously, you're free to use whatever coding style you want. But
       please try to keep your code as simple as possible: beginners are
       using phpMyAdmin as an example application.
       By the way, we're currently updating all the scripts so they will
       be XHTML1.0 and CSS2 compliant on one hand, they will fit [69]PEAR
       coding standards on the other hand. Please pay attention to this.
     * Please try to keep up the file-naming conventions. Table-related
       stuff goes to tbl_*.php3, db-related code to db_*.php3 and so on.
     * Please don't use verbose strings in your code, instead add the
       string (at least) to english.inc.php3 and print() it out.
     * If you want to be really helpful, write an entry for the
       ChangeLog.
      
   IMPORTANT: With 1.4.1, development has switched to CVS. The following
   method is preferred for new developers:
     * fetch the current CVS tree over anonymous CVS:
       cvs
       -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/phpmy
       admin login
       [Password: simply press the Enter key]
       cvs -z3
       -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.phpmyadmin.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/phpmy
       admin checkout phpMyAdmin
       [This will create a new sub-directory named phpMyAdmin]
     * add your stuff
     * put the modified files (tar'ed and gzip'ed) inside the patch
       tracker of the phpMyAdmin SourceForge account
       ([70]http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/)
      
   Write access to the CVS tree is granted only to developers who have
   already contributed something useful to phpMyAdmin. If you're
   interested in that, please contact us using the phpmyadmin-devel
   mailing list.
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Credits

phpMyAdmin - Credits
====================
CREDITS, in chronological order
-------------------------------
[tr] - Tobias Ratschiller <tobias_at_phpwizard.net>
        * creator of the phpmyadmin project
        * maintainer from 1998 to summer 2000
[md] - Marc Delisle <DelislMa_at_CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca>
        * multi-language version
        * various fixes and improvements
[om] - Olivier M?ler <om_at_omnis.ch>
        * started SourceForge phpMyAdmin project in March 2001
        * sync'ed different existing CVS trees with new features and bugfixes
        * multi-language improvements, dynamic language selection
        * current project maintainer, with Marc and Loic
[lc] - Lo? Chapeaux <lolo_at_phpheaven.net>
        * rewrote and optimized javascript, DHTML and DOM stuff
        * started to rewrite the scripts so they fit the PEAR coding standards
          and generate XHTML1.0 and CSS2 compliant codes
        * improved the language detection system
        * many bugfixes and improvements
[rj] - Robin Johnson <robbat2_at_users.sourceforge.net>
        * database maintence controls
        * table type code
[af] - Armel Fauveau <armel.fauveau_at_globalis-ms.com>
        * bookmarks feature
        * multiple dump feature
        * gzip dump feature
        * zip dump feature
[gl] - Geert Lund <glund_at_silversoft.dk>
        * various fixes
        * moderator of the phpMyAdmin users forum at phpwizard.net
[kc] - Korakot Chaovavanich <korakot_at_iname.com>
        * "insert as new row" feature
[pk] - Pete Kelly <webmaster_at_trafficg.com>
        * rewrote and fix dump code
        * bugfixes
[sa] - Steve Alberty <alberty_at_neptunlabs.de>
        * rewrote dump code for PHP4
        * mySQL table statistics
        * bugfixes
[bg] - Benjamin Gandon <gandon_at_isia.cma.fr>
        * main author of the version 2.1.0.1
        * bugfixes

The following people have contributed minor changes, enhancements, bugfixes or
or support for a new language since version 2.1.0:
Bora Alioglu, Ricardo ?, Sven-Erik Andersen, Alessandro Astarita, Borges Botelh
o,
Olivier Bussier, Michal Cihar, Neil Darlow, Kristof Hamann, Thomas Kl?er,
Lubos Klokner, Martin Marconcini, Girish Nair, David Nordenberg,
Bernard M. Piller, Laurent Haas, "Sakamoto", www.securereality.com.au,
Michael Tacelosky, Daniel Villanueva, Vinay, Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams,
Chee Wai, Jakub Wilk, Thomas Michael Winningham.

Original Credits of Version 2.1.0
---------------------------------
    This work is based on Peter Kuppelwieser's MySQL-Webadmin. It was his idea
    to create a web-based interface to MySQL using PHP3. Although I have not
    used any of his source-code, there are some concepts I've borrowed from
    him. phpMyAdmin was created because Peter told me he wasn't going to
    further develop his (great) tool.
    Thanks go to
    - Amalesh Kempf <ak-lsml_at_living-source.com> who contributed the
      code for the check when dropping a table or database. He also suggested
      that you should be able to specify the primary key on tbl_create.php3. To
      version 1.1.1 he contributed the ldi_*.php3-set (Import text-files) as
      well as a bug-report. Plus many smaller improvements.
    - Jan Legenhausen <jan_at_nrw.net>: He made many of the changes that
      were introduced in 1.3.0 (including quite significant ones like the
      authentication). For 1.4.1 he enhanced the table-dump feature. Plus
      bug-fixes and help.
    - Marc Delisle <DelislMa_at_CollegeSherbrooke.qc.ca> made phpMyAdmin
      language-independent by outsourcing the strings to a separate file. He
      also contributed the French translation.
    - Alexandr Bravo <abravo_at_hq.admiral.ru> who contributed
      tbl_select.php3, a feature to display only some fields from a table.
    - Chris Jackson <chrisj_at_ctel.net> added support for MySQL
      functions in tbl_change.php3. He also added the
      "Query by Example" feature in 2.0.
    - Dave Walton <walton_at_nordicdms.com> added support for multiple
      servers and is a regular contributor for bug-fixes.
    - Gabriel Ash <ga244_at_is8.nyu.edu> contributed the random access
      features for 2.0.6.
    The following people have contributed minor changes, enhancements, bugfixes
    or support for a new language:
    Jim Kraai, Jordi Bruguera, Miquel Obrador, Geert Lund, Thomas Kleemann,
    Alexander Leidinger, Kiko Albiol, Daniel C. Chao, Pavel Piankov,
    Sascha Kettler, Joe Pruett, Renato Lins, Mark Kronsbein, Jannis Hermanns,
    G. Wieggers.
    And thanks to everyone else who sent me email with suggestions, bug-reports
    and or just some feedback.
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