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Im confused on how to get pgpMyAdmin I went to the website and downloaded the
phpMyAdmin-3.4.3.2-all-languages.7z
I opened it and all I see is a bunch of files now what?

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  • Yes, I agree that XAMPP is also helpful. Read More

  • Run the file called xampp control.If you get a popup about the root directory just hit ok. When the control panel comes up, hit start next to apache and mysql. Take the time to look at the xampp site: [url]http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html#522[/url] They have easy to follow step by step installation and … Read More

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I don't think there's much to do more than copy the files into the root folder of your local server.. For example (www)

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I don't think there's much to do more than copy the files into the root folder of your local server.. For example (www)

I think you should also copy the MySQL files into the path of MySQL on the upper folder of your localhost folder, e.g. C:\AppServ\MySQL\data
Why don't you just install a program like AppServ for instance?
It will save you time and effort.

Edited by Pro2000: n/a

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All I did was put the local host thing and it could not find it.

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Of course it won't find it.. There are some configuration that needs to be set in your system in order to setup a local host.
That's why I suggested that you install a server program that does the whole thing for you.

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Ok I installed XAMPP now what when I go to my browser and type in localhost/phpmyadmin it is still not there.

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There is a process to start everything. It doesn't run all the time. I'm not an XAMPP user but I'm sure that there is some pretty obvious documentation about how to start it up.

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There is a process to start everything. It doesn't run all the time. I'm not an XAMPP user but I'm sure that there is some pretty obvious documentation about how to start it up.

I cannot find itt.....

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Have you tried to restart the webserver?

Are you using windows?

Is phpmyadmin enabled in php.ini ?

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These are the files it downloaded

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If you can't find a solution, you can try the AppServ Open Project - 2.5.10 for Windows.

Since you're, as far as I see, using Windows 7 you'd better use this version of that project not the 2.6.0 version.
Here's the link:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/appserv/appserv-win32-2.5.10.exe?download
This is the link of the official website of the project:
http://www.appservnetwork.com/index.php
This program is an integrated tool. I've installed it on Win7 and it works perfectly.. I've used a previous version of this project on Windows XP and it's worked perfectly too.
P.S: You may have to uninstall or stop the services of XAMPP before installing AppServ.
Hope it helps.

Edited by Pro2000: n/a

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Run the file called xampp control.If you get a popup about the root directory just hit ok. When the control panel comes up, hit start next to apache and mysql. Take the time to look at the xampp site:
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html#522
They have easy to follow step by step installation and testing instructions.

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