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I'll give Kostas's answer an upvote. In fact what worked for me was: (i) Under /* Storage database and tables */ uncomment all $cfg['Servers'][... (ii) After each 'a' in all 'pma's to the right of the '=' sign add a second '_' I think that this is what he was trying to say.


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How can I securely safely install It will always be tricky. Please read the 5.5/5.6 compatibility page before doing anything. Mind 1 big difference between the 2: Beginning with MySQL 5.6.6, several MySQL Server parameters have defaults that differ from previous releases. The motivation for these changes is to provide better out-of-box performance ...


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Sorry if I get in @kos'es way, but I just have to happen a phpMyAdmin installation handy ;) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS comes with phpMyAdmin 4.0.10. That version offers you two choices on the "export" tab: "Quick - display only the minimal options" and "Custom - display all possible options". If you choose "Custom", you should get a bunch of additional options. Among ...


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From the command line, you can use mysqldump (Trusty man page for mysqldump) to dump the database and then pipe the output to either zip, gzip or bzip2: mysqldump <db_name> | zip > <db_name>_dump.zip mysqldump <db_name> | gzip > <db_name>_dump.gz mysqldump <db_name> | bzip > <db_name>_dump.bz2 *<db_name> ...


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You need to stop the already installed MySQL server. stop lampp stop the MySQL server by one of these commands: sudo service mysql stop sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop start lampp again


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unlink /etc/alternatives/x-cursor-theme You may also be interested in update-alternates update-alternatives --config x-cursor-theme


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mysql is the client program. You need to install mysql server which you can connect to. sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.5 During the installation you will be asked for the root password that will be assigned to the mysql root user. Then you need to start the mysqld service sudo service mysqld start Or sudo /etc/init.d/mysqld start Or sudo ...


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You will need to update file config.default generally phpmyadmin's libraries folder line 653 (may very depending on version) $cfg['AllowUserDropDatabase'] = true; (restart your MySQL once the value is changed to 'true')


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When I have had the similar issues with Phpmyadmin, I followed this awesome guide and fixed everything. Follow each step there, you might have missed something.



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