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cold_lazerus

Php & phpmyadmin trouble

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hey guys really need some help i currently have installed:

apache 2.0.55
php 5.1.2 (manual install)
mysql 5.0.20
phpmyadmin 2.7.0

upto the point of installing phpmyadmin everthing seemed to be working fine!
I could view any .php files, via [a href=\"http://localhost\" target=\"_blank\"]http://localhost[/a] but since installing phpmyadmin i cannot view any .php files
phpmyadmin works fine

any ideas please thanx!?!

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It is likely that you have not put your files in the correct folder. There is a file named
httpd.conf that tells apache where to look for the files. It is likely under the php folder and likely named www

in my file it reads

#
# DocumentRoot: The directory out of which you will serve your
# documents. By default, all requests are taken from this directory, but
# symbolic links and aliases may be used to point to other locations.
#
DocumentRoot "C:/phpdev/www/"


I am just starting myself and getting off the ground seems to take forever. I had IIS running and it completely disallowed running the php files until I shut it down.

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Hi All,
Please help me .. I am a newbie.. I was trying to install PHPMyAdmin with PHP. I use mysql 3. I could not install the software. Is it necessary I should use mysql 4 or later for installing PHPMyAdmin ?
Please clarify..

Thanx in advance

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To install phpMyAdmin it is case of extracting the files out of the zip file to your web root folder. It shouldn't cause any problems with how youe .php files are treated.

phpMyAdmin is compatible with MySQL3, 4 and 5.

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