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Sorry, phpMyadmin: how do you log out?

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by twmprys, Jun 18, 2009.

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  1. twmprys

    twmprys Thread Starter

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    My earlier post should in fact read:

    I've just installed phpMyadmin on a server. I'm being told that the create table function is denied to this user - maybe I logged on incorrectly. Anyway, I can't seem to find a log out option anywhere. Any ideas appreciated.
     
  2. JimmySeal

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    Toward the top left there should be a little green icon that says EXIT with an arrow pointing to the right. That's the log out button.
     
  3. MMJ

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    No reason in creating a new thread for the same problem, just reply to the same thread.

    You can also clear cookies which is a more dramatic solution.
     
  4. twmprys

    twmprys Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your replies. No sign of a green exit icon. I've trashed cookies, but can still go to the page, so maybe I haven't succeeded in password protecting phpMyadmin after all?
     
  5. MMJ

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    Yes, PhpMyAdmin can be used without a password, all depending on your configuration.
     
  6. twmprys

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    Anybody know how to password protect phpMyAdmin? There are some guidelines provided by the server, but they're pretty opaque...
     
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