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comment unmount an external disk with no display - just keyboard?
if i never enabled remote login on the ill laptop, can i still ssh in?
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comment “login” to phpMyAdmin via different users
I tried removing the user in the configuration file and got an error, described a little more above. You're right though - I have seen this screen before when PMA was installed automatically by a host, but never when I've installed it.
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comment “login” to phpMyAdmin via different users
hmmm... perhaps my response to holms is clearer? at least i hope so:)
Sep
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comment “login” to phpMyAdmin via different users
yes, i am simply worried about him deleting/editing info (carelessly, not maliciously). i understand that the user specified in $cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] inside of pma/config.inc.php will determine the powers of the phpmyadmin install. so the question is: i was wondering if i need 2 installs of PMA to essentially use it myself with full power, and give him a dumbed down version (2 separate installs), or if there's a way to have one install, and for us to log in through the phpmyadmin UI - which i haven't come across yet. i hope that is clearer:)
Sep
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comment “login” to phpMyAdmin via different users
my specific question is how one can "login with the user you created and see how the interface looks." by opening phpmyadmin, i am automatically "running mysql" through my original fully powered user. i think i can set the user through which mysql is accessed via the config file... but i don't want to change the config file every time i want the guy in marketing to look at the database. i want to send him to essentially go to a login screen where he can login with the restricted user i've created. is there such a UI in phpmyadmin, or can it only ever act under the user in the config file?
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