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phpmyadmin [2016/11/05 21:36]
stephdl
phpmyadmin [2019/06/05 21:48] (current)
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 ===NS7=== ===NS7===
-You have only the multiaccess mode, the login is **admin** and the password is stored under **/etc/my.pwd**+You have only the multiaccess mode, the login is **admin** and the password is stored under **/root/.my.cnf**
  
 do in a terminal do in a terminal
-  cat /etc/my.pwd+  cat /root/.my.cnf
  
 ==== Mode adminaccess ==== ==== Mode adminaccess ====
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 Furthermore this mode is more convenient since the authentication is made with cookies. You can easily close the session. Furthermore this mode is more convenient since the authentication is made with cookies. You can easily close the session.
  
-With the multiaccess mode, the admin account gets a new password which comes from '/etc/my.pwd'.+With the multiaccess mode, the admin account gets a new password which comes from '/root/.my.cnf'.
 Once you retrieve it, you can change it in the phpmyadmin session for a password more easier to recall. Once you retrieve it, you can change it in the phpmyadmin session for a password more easier to recall.
  
 to retrieve the admin password : to retrieve the admin password :
  
-  cat /etc/my.pwd+  cat /root/.my.cnf
  
 You can access via: You can access via:
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