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Old 8th March 2006, 19:37
jokobe jokobe is offline
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Default Stupid phpmyadmin error: Hostname empty

Trying to connect to two mysql databases:
- one on my localhost and
- the second one on a virtual server.

Both connections are working fine, but only when coded in the
first server configuration part.

I had configured for one server, (localhost). After that I copied the
code, inserted it into the config.inc.php and changed the data (hostname,
user, password).
Setting the default server to number 2, always gives the error message:
"Empty hostname". I have changed the order, to no avail.

Any helpful hint?

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Old 8th March 2006, 21:33
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What application are you talking about? What's in this config.inc.php?
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