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  • jack

    Thanks Works great , one beer for you :)

  • simpot

    i’m stuck , something like phpinfo(); command not found

    • http://www.bing.com/ Helene

      Now I know who the brainy one is, I’ll keep lokiong for your posts.

  • http://www.phimhit.com Phimhit

    Thank you so much :)

  • Karthik

    Dude i cant find the code for dbtest.php as well as phpinfo.php. Please send it to me with my email id “mydocsred@gmail.com”

    • krizna

      Hi karthik,

      i’ve updated the post. In the meanwhile, i’ve send you the files to your mail .

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  • ilndboi

    Dude! You are freaking awesome! This is exactly what I was looking for. BTW, everything worked like a charm. Thank you for posting. BOOKMARKED!!!!

  • linfan

    I just followed the steps and it WORKS! cool! luv you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/lapinknacky Emeric Paltrier

    heavy tutorial very good ! i recommend

  • bauham

    It just worked with me & i liked it…..thanks alot!!!

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  • Bina bn

    I have Centos 6.4 installed on my server. My directory structure for html files is /var/www/html. I have installed phpmyadmin as per instructions above. When I type my server IP in my Firefox browser ( I get the message “Forbidden You don’t have permission to access /phpinfo.php on this server, although the file exists exactly as shown above and the permissions are correct. I have added phpinfo.php to the DirectoryIndex in the httpd.conf, but the problem persists.

    I think the apache installation is right because when I type the index file is displayed correctly in the browser.

    I would appreciate any help that could guide me to correct the problem.

  • thunk

    My Socket file is actually at /tmp/mysql.sock how can I change the address so PHP can look for it at that directory?

    • thunk

      nevermind I found it myself, it is php.ini and it’s located at /etc.

      Thanks for the tutorial

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