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prasharry2k5

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Before I start the following is the version numbers of the softwares I am using

1. Apache 2.2.13
2. PHP 5.3.0
3. Wordpress 2.8.4
4. phpmyadmin 3.2.2 (main concern)
5. Drupal 6.13(also not working because of non compatibility with PHP 5.3 and keeps showing the error over deprecated API ereg())
6. Joomla (not configured but shows session.save_path error)

3. Every time I run phpmyadmin by typing http://localhost/phpmyadmin Apache crashes. If you want the error log file I am attaching it.
Also, Everything else is working absolutely fine.

Please tell me if you want some more info so that this can work out. Has been there for a long time.
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Sorry I don't see where I can download and view the logs. If you point me in the right direction I will take a look at them for you.
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I had some problems with attachment. Now, It is ok. I am attaching an old error and a new error1.txt with only the phpmyadmin specific error in a zip.

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Edited by prasharry2k5, 15 October 2009 - 10:48 PM.

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I found this error message in your logs:

[Tue Oct 06 06:43:36 2009] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: F:/Java/Documents/Prashant/public_html/phpmyadmin

I believe what is happening is that Apache is looking for phpmyadmin in one location and it is actually installed in another. Can you look into this? I have never run Apache inside Windows so I really can't tell you where to look.
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the thing is I unzipped the zip file I got from PHPMyAdmin to the location specified in the logs. I do not what is happening but it keeps on giving me this error but I assure it is installed only in this location. But If you can tell me any ini editing I have to do to make sure it finds phpmyadmin here I can do that.
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Strange, do you have a link to the guide you followed?

Also you might take a look at this:

IIS PHPMyAdmin Guide
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http://www.wikihow.com/Install-WAMP
http://faq.programme.../apache_php.htm
http://www.bicubica.....php#phpMyAdmin

These are the three resources I used to set it up. Your tutorial is great but it is with IIS. Do you think running phpmyadmin in IIS and wordpress etc in apache would work fine? Let me know about what you think.

Edited by prasharry2k5, 22 October 2009 - 10:48 PM.

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