hi all,

before to start,i'm a newbie trying to learn wamp(=windows apache mysql php),i installed everything,everything works fine,but wehn i want to use phpmyadmin,it doesn't work,i see only a webpage with the list of all files and directories under the installation directory of phpmyadmin. how can i solve this??

and below i give u my configuration and installation paths:
-i use win xp pro sp2
-i installed 1) "apache_1.3.33-win32-x86-no_src.exe"
2) "mysql-4.1.10a-win32"
3) "php-5.0.3-Win32.zip"
4) "phpMyAdmin-2.6.1-pl3.zip"
-and istallation paths:
1) apache: C:\NEMO\Apache Group\Apache
2) php: C:\NEMO\php
3) mysql: C:\NEMO\MySQL\MySQL Server 4.1
4)phpmyadmin : C:\NEMO\Apache Group\Apache\htdocs\phpmyadmin

also i dowloaded and installed myodbc and i configured it for the mysql database that i want to use.
i made changements for php.ini,httpd.conf and php5apache.dll..

what i have to do for phpmyadmin to work???

thx to spend time to read my post..

and thnx from now on for any opinions/suggestions/ideas....

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Last Post by sencer2000

If the page does not load automatically you may need to add index.php to the DirectoryIndex directive in the apache conf file.

Find your http.conf file, probably in this directory:

C:\NEMO\Apache Group\Apache\conf

Open http.conf and do a text search for DirectoryIndex

The line should look something like this:

DirectoryIndex index.html index.html.var

edit it to look this way

DirectoryIndex index.html index.html.var index.php

Save http.conf and exit. Restart the apache server and see if phpMyAdmin works.


:):) thnx a lot to everybody who replied..

i simply added "index.php " at the end of the line "DirectoryIndex index.html index.html.var " in my "httpd.conf" file of apache and it works...

again 1000 times thnx...

and wish a good day to everybody..

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