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#1 2014-07-18 06:55:21

Registered: 2013-12-08
Posts: 75

phpmyadmin won't log-in without password

I would like to logging into phpmyadmin without using password.

However I tried:


$cfg['Servers'][$i]['AllowNoPassword'] = true;

But still asks me for password!

Any ideas?

P.S :

MySQL has no password.

Last edited by kamrava (2014-07-18 08:31:20)


#2 2014-07-22 07:04:40

Registered: 2014-07-09
Posts: 38

Re: phpmyadmin won't log-in without password


To me you're doing it the right way except for the "true" which seems to be needed in all caps ass seen here: … t-password … hpmyadmin/ … phpmyadmin

Since it's the only line refering to that you should be good to go unless the problem come from somewhere else in you configuratin file.
I think to login without password you also have to be root from what I read.

However I wouldn't recommend doing that as it could be the cause to security issues unless you're in a LAN / not accessible from WEB / or simply know what you're doing.

Last edited by sugartest (2014-07-22 07:04:55)

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