Solved: Reset Root Login
It seems that someone played around with my ISPConfig installation.
Now I can't seem to login on either ISPConfig, nor phpMyAdmin.
I know I can reset login count through phpMyAdmin (I know that from my days in a webhosting company), but I also don't seem to be able to login on that.
MySQL hasn't been hacked, I can still login on MySQL through SSH.
So I want to know this:
What do I have to do, so I can login on phpMyAdmin?
If that's done, I know the rest.
Thanks in advance.
Please see FAQ:
I can't seem to stop MySQL.
Please follow the steps in the tutorial exactly. The command to connect to mysql is:
mysql -u root mysql
I know that.
But like I said before, I can't stop MySQL.
If I can't stop it, logging in without "-p" is useless.
I just used the wrong IP address.
Finding the failed login count is harder then I thought (I used Kloxo at the Webhosting Company).
Where is it?
Sorry for this, it seems I just confused 'admin' with 'root'.
Well, problem solved.
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