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6 weeks ago
Euler13
@papamike: Thanks for asking this question. I had exactly the same issue. And as always, thanks, @Otomatic, for your solution. I followed your detailed steps and it worked a treat.
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8 months ago
Euler13
Wow! Thank you very much for the background and history. As "end users" we often fail to appreciate how much work goes into getting a product to where it is today. Especially people like you who have been a constant in the long journey. I'd like to offer my thanks and appreciation to you and those others who have worked hard to help it evolve to what it is today and continue to support
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8 months ago
Euler13
I've been using Wampserver for years now and I am so grateful for all the work the team does to keep it running, especially with how easy it has now become to update addons. Quick question. The website has been an invaluable way to keep track of the addons. I know it can be found by right clicking the Wampserver icon and going to help, but it doesn't seem to appear anywhere on the "offic
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Euler13
Thank you for your reply. I tried clearing caches and tried in different browsers, but I still got a 403. When I click on the Wampserver icon and go to phpMyAdmin it tries to launch localhost/phpmyadmin. I checked the alias: phpmyadmin.conf and it was pointing to the correct location: apps/phpmyadmin5.1.2. So I typed localhost/phpmyadmin5.1.2 directly into the address bar and that worked.
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1 year ago
Euler13
After updating to Wampserver 3.2.9 64-bit I am getting a 403 Forbidden error when trying to access PhpMyAdmin from localhost/phpmyadmin. I upgraded to PhpMyAdmin 5.2.0 at the same time, but even reverting back to an older version: 5.1.3, did not fix the problem. I have no problem accessing the webserver, just this alias. Any help would be appreciated. FYI: I'm using PHP8.1.3 and Apache 2
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