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I believe you are trying to access the mysql port instead of accessing phpmyadmin. Phpmyadmin runs on port 80, so there is no reason to specify a port in the web address bar. Try going here: 127.0.0.1/phpmyadmin That should load up the web interface you are looking for.


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Seems like during Ubuntu 14.x upgrade some dependencies have been upgrade to latest version and that is not supported to run LAMP. Regarding that remove latest dependencies and install the below dependencies and check whether you are able to install LAMP. 2.4.10-1+deb.sury.org~trusty+1 5.5.17+dfsg-2+deb.sury.org~trusty+1


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Find apache.conf file of phpMyAdmin, regularly, it’s under /etc/phpmyadmin/ on Linux environment. Please edit this file with root authority: # phpMyAdmin default Apache configuration Alias /phpmyadmin /usr/share/phpmyadmin Change this –“Alias /phpadmin /usr/share/phpmyadmin” like this one ” Alias /secretcode /usr/share/phpmyadmin, secretcode stands for ...


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Delete the following files: $XAMPP_ROOT/logs/httpd.pid $XAMPP_ROOT/var/mysql/$(hostname).pid $XAMPP_ROOT/var/proftpd.pid


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Without having to restart MySQL, in the default Debian installation (and I assume in Ubuntu too) there is an administrative user with every power that you can use to recover your root password (it is normally used by packages configuration scripts). You can have a MySQL shell with the command: mysql --defaults-file=/etc/mysql/debian.cnf Then you can use ...


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Follow this steps to reset your password: sudo service mysql stop sudo mysqld --skip-grant-tables & mysql -u root mysql Change strong-passwd with the new password: UPDATE user SET Password=PASSWORD('strong-passwd') WHERE User='root'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; exit; sudo pkill mysqld sudo service mysql start The above will: stop ...


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My 14.04 server install only needed (after php5-mcrypt installed) sudo php5enmod mcrypt sudo service apache2 restart



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