What is phpmyadmin and the path localhost/phpmyadmin/index.php ? I’ve got my admin in phpmyadmin and it’s like: add admin and password to /etc/pki
If you look at the PHP_admin file, you’ll notice that phpmyadmin sets both phpmyadmin.conf and phpmyadmin_secret . I tried to install phpmyadmin but phpmyadmin is locked so I didn’t have to do that.
Now you can add more admin names to your website, either “admin” or “secret.” If you’re really into user management you’ll find that if you open a local file in your browser you’ll see an external name, either PHP/admin or PHP/secret/etc.
If you change your password and create an account on the domain without changing them you will be automatically redirected back to PHP/Admin
Now I think it’d be interesting to give you some tips on what could be done to use phpmyadmin in order to quickly get a clean shell shell. For now, get my book on how to create shell scripts in PHP so it might be worth keeping updated on the progress in this field.
A little bit of thought needed here.
What is phpmyadmin ? As we might have known, the phpuser interface to phpmyadmin is based on the original wkcli command with no support for it whatsoever. So no real user management, no user management. With that said, if we want a new user, we have to define user, and change everything from there on. That’s it. What’s new with wkcli is that we don’t have to change anything. We have to simply add user and handle new user.
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What is phpmyadmin ?
phpmyadmin is an IDE that provides web interface to help you understand phpadmin and manage your php files. It is easy to create scripts you wish to use phpmyadmin.php. This page shows how you can setup phpmyadmin to create a PHP object.
External links – localhost/phpmyadmin/index.php