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Launching phpMyAdmin from Plesk CP

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Strider@, May 1, 2006.

  1. Strider@

    Strider@ Guest


    From the Plesk CP we should be able to launch phpMyAdmin, but for some reason it doesn't want to know. Whenever I click the DB Webadmin icon the page just recycles back.

    The phpMyAdmin software is definitely loaded in what is now the webroot of the server: /usr/local/psa/home/vhosts/domain_name/httpdocs/phpMyAdmin and the config.inc.php file looks OK to me. The password and username are the same as the Plesk admin login. Plesk happily created the MySQL database and database user. Trying to access phpMyAdmin from a browser via http://www.domain_name/phpMyAdmin/ also fails.

    MySQL seems to be working fine because the db was created OK and within Dreamweaver I can connect to the database, but because I can't run the .sql backup we took before loading Plesk I can't add tables to the db. Everything was working beautifully until loading Plesk. This was a fresh install on a server that had never run any version of Plesk before.

    The server is running FreeBSD v6.0

    Any help with this query would be much appreciated.

    Many thanks in advance.
  2. Strider@

    Strider@ Guest


    Bloody popup blocker killing the window instance for phpMyAdmin. All solved.

    Bloody hell I spent hours searching for a fix! :D :cool:
  3. Strider@

    Strider@ Guest

    Update 2:

    Even after turning off all popup blockers in I.E. 6 it still fails to open the phpMyAdmin window.

    Launching CP with Firefox causes no such problem and works fine.