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Authored by: foamy on Feb 16, '01 07:58:52PM

phpmyadmin is the way to go for administering mysql databases. Until (if) Apple creates a better gui for mysql, then phpmyadmin is the way to go.

Any ideas on how to be able to use it over the net in a secure fashion? I protected the directory with .htaccess, but don't know if that is good enough?

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.htaccess enough? maybe
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 03, '01 03:30:24AM

i think you need SSL as well otherwise the .htaccess transaction is sent in an unencrypted packet(s)...? but i'm not sure. mod_ssl is in the apache for os x but it's not on (commented out) and i can't seem to find instructions for how to configure it. if it's on the apache site, it's buried.

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.htaccess enough? maybe
Authored by: Gwyrrdin on Apr 14, '01 01:11:10PM

have you tried it already?

i'm pretty curious to this as well?

anyone on SSL?


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share your htaccess setup?
Authored by: theolog on Feb 10, '02 11:39:08AM

Any chance you'd be willing to share your .htaccess setup (i.e. instructions on how to cinfigure this)? I want to use the Apache <Directory> directive to lock things down, but haven't gotten the syntax down pat . . . any help sure would be appreciated :-)

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