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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
Thanks for your sarcasm! I still think it would make sense to check what you actually include there, instead of saying "include everything you can find in this directory". As you can see, a simple file backup in this directory messes things up or breaks it. I just couldn't believe that this is happening. In all those years (since 1995) I believe I never come across any software or sc
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
If your code 'scans' this directory for presents of *any* file there to use it as configuration file for a virtual host, then it should be sanitized - good practice to avoid this kind of thing from happening. Filter by *.conf and all problems are solved. Done. Saying... "don't put anything into that folder" ...would be the same if Microsoft said... "Don't put any file
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
> So if you are running the `phpinfo()` link on the homepage YOU ARE NOT RUNNNING THE phpMyAdmin ALIAS I put the file with phpinfo() into '\wamp\apps\phpmyadmin4.8.5\php.php' This is the same directory where 'import.php' resides which is being excuted by phpMyAdmin on an IMPORT task. As you can see, both files are in the SAME directory. I would then execute it by 'http://loca
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
Another issue I just encountered in the same directory: I created a text file 'bug.txt' with some notes. The server refused to start after that. Why not taking only '.conf' files into account in this directory and ignore the rest? Wouldn't it make sense to have clean code here?
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
'phpmyadmin-bak.conf' obviously works (being ignored) Your code only takes the first part into account, not the WHOLE filename. So a file called... 'phpmyadmin.conf-blahblahwhatever' ...would still be used as config file. No good ;-(
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
Same thing with 'phpmyadmin.conf-bak' being read as 'phpmyadmin.conf'
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
Thank you for your answers. It's a BUG !!! I found the reason and had previously done all you suggested and edited 'phpmyadmin.conf' in the first 5 minutes I encountered the problem. No need to waste 2 days on something as simple as that. I'm not that much of a noob, sorry guys. So here you go, something to fix: The filename 'phpmyadmin.conf' is being read/parsed wrong somewhere in yo
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
This is obvious. I would like to have an explanation WHY the SAME file containing ONLY <?php phpinfo(); ?> shows different values when run in 'www' and 'phpmyadmin' folder for 'max_execution_time'. How can you explain this?
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
It would be enough if you could explain WHY the 'max_execution_time' variable changes when phpinfo() is run from inside the 'phpmyadmin4.8.5' directory. What is changing it's value to 360 ????
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
You didn't read my post. The file is mentioned there. Any help?
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6 weeks ago
wampuser123
Hello, I am very confused and frustrated about this issue I encountered. I am trying to solve this for many hours since yesterday. This is NOT an ordinary issue! I tried every possible solution I could find on the net, but nothing worked. Something strange happend (see below). So I'm on WAMP 3.1.9 which I installed 2 days ago, and while trying to import a MySQL dump back into a database
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