I understand that I need to log in to wamp server in order to create a database. My problem is that the phpmyadmin page opens without asking me to log in. So, I presume that I am not logged in. If so, I do not know how to log out. I know this is so basic but I am stuck here. Thanks for any advice.
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The default username is “root”default password is “” (empty/blank).
if u want to know the passwordgo to wamp installation pathappsfor example C:wampappsphpmyadmin2.10.1in this path u can fine the file named “config.inc.php”open that file with any text editor and search for$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"password">the password had been stored in this variable.
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Also check outhttps://stackoverflow.com/questions/4420894/wamp-server-mysql-user-id-and-password
Thanks but I know the username and password but I do not get anywhere to use it. There is no link to log out. It does not ask to log in. Where can I log in or out? Chaski –user3159862 Jan 4 “14 at 9:29
if you are presumably logged in, then click on “Databases” tab inside phpMyAdmin, then type in a name for your database and click “Create”. –KarlosFontana Jan 4 “14 at 9:56
Just go to Wamp Directory on your window and check phpmyadmin in apps folder inside wamp.
Open config.inc.php and go on line 28.
Just put new password or remove it as per your need:
/* Authentication type */
$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"verbose"> = “mysql wampserver”;//$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"auth_type"> = “cookie”;$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"auth_type"> = “config”;$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"user"> = “root”;$cfg<"Servers"><$i><"password"> = “”;
What I can also recommend is do.w.n.lo.ading the latest phpMyAdmin from http://www.phpmyadmin.net.Then unzip the folder to C:wampphpMyAdmin-4.1.3-all-languagesThen launch
I was given the option to log on again after no activity for a certain period of time. I also copied these files as you suggested and now that problem is solved. Thanks for your help. Chaski –user3159862 Jan 4 “14 at 11:39
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