Unable to get phpMyAdmin working
rosewoodblues at mac.com
Mon Feb 7 08:22:45 PST 2005
do you have a php.ini file? what version of apache are you running? did
you set up the Ailas in httpd.conf as well as define its access?
Alias /phpmyadmin/ "/usr/local/www/phpMyAdmin/"
<Directory "/<path to phpmyAdmin>/phpMyAdmin">
Options Indexes MultiViews
Allow from all
what is the error in your http error log and/or phperr log file? you
will probably see a undefined error somewhere, at least this is what I
saw and i have a php.ini file in place.
make sure you have:
in you include_path and/or move the php.ini file out of /usr/local/etc
dir and restart apache (not graceful as this haas been an issue for
leaving the php ini stuff loaded in the past) to see what happens.
I am making a stab at your problem here ad might be way, WAY off base
however you will have log info in /var/log(your logging dir default)
for apache and php (phperr) let us know what is in those logs and I can
help out a bit more. recently ran the gauntlet of php installation hell
On Feb 7, 2005, at 11:12 AM, Pat Maddox wrote:
> I just installed phpMyAdmin from ports, and it didn't look like I
> needed to make any changes to the config file. Initially I set the
> authorization type as http, but when it wasn't working, I specified
> the root username and password and tried config instead. I get this
> phpMyAdmin was unable to read your configuration file!
> This might happen if php finds a parse error in it or php cannot find
> the file.
> Please call the configuration file directly using the link below and
> read the php error message(s) that you receive. In most cases a quote
> or a semicolon is missing somewhere.
> If you receive a blank page, everything is fine.
> So then I click on the link to config.inc.php like it says, and it's a
> blank page. So everything should be fine...but it's definitely not.
> Any clue what I need to do?
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