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  • Updating Software - phpMyAdmin

    According to the instructions you just have to copy the new version to a folder and copy over the original Firstly I get a 404 error if I don't put the files in the original location (rename old one to bak) ie. the usr/local/cpanel/base/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin

    When I do this I get an ~authentication error :cpanel

    If I change the authentication type to cookie I can get it working but I can't log-in as root.

    So 1 How do you configure a folder to be web accessible from the above path?
    How might I change the path from for the WHM Panel link to phpMyAdmin?

    Anyone have experience with this?



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    Update: Changed root password for MySql via WHM Panel and it overwrote the PhpMyAdmin folder with the stock version. I again installed the newest version I can now login as root. It does not ask again for the password because it's using the cookie method.


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      Sounds like you got it working! Very odd your experience