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    phpmyadmin

    hi ,

    I want to change few parameters in configuration file of phpmyadmin
    i have my account with godaddy

    Do anyone have the idea where is phpmyadmin directory located so than i can chnage the configuration

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    This isn't really a php question, but a server configuration question.
    To answer you though, it depends if its YOUR phpmyadmin, or if its THEIR phpmyadmin. If its accessed through their consoles / ports, than you likely do not have the ability to access their configuration files.
    Good luck though!
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    I access phpmyadmin through their console so i think can't change the configuration file.

    one thing more , if i install phpmyadmin myself in any directory will i be able to do everything as thieir phpmy admin do or they won't allow me?

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    If you install it yourself you should be able to use it without trouble. Make sure you secure it though; there are several options you can choose from in the phpMyAdmin docs.


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