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Old 26th August 2011, 20:26
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Dear Barcelona guy

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Originally Posted by neobcn View Post
i create user "pma" and "pass"
That is fine as long as you use a much better password than "pass"!

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the rights i select all in the columm "data"
No, not necessary to select columns.

1. Create a user with NO rights at all, but password and host = localhost (not "%"!)

2. Grant that user SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE permissions only for the database "pma".

That should already resolve most of the problems.

3. Grant that user SELECT permissions for database "mysql".

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import the script create_tables.sql
Very good, You've seen those tables have been created I assume.

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i edit in : /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php
Yes, but you see that with Debian, it points to another file:

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if (is_readable('/etc/phpmyadmin/config-db.php')) {
require('/etc/phpmyadmin/config-db.php');
}
and as I have Debian as wll, I saw that even the other file is empty. So I have no idea right now where phpMyAdmin sits. :-/ Maybe inside /var/local/ispconfig - but please dont tinker there.. might break things.

Till?
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