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Welcome to the final version of phpMyAdmin 2.8.0, which contains a web-based setup system.
Release candidate 2 kills a few bugs and removes the need of a .htaccess file in the main directory (which was there as a workaround on servers with session.auto_start set to 1).
Welcome to this first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.8.0. With more than 43000 downloads for the beta, this release candidate should be pretty solid.
The phpMyAdmin webcast of 2006-02-03 is now available, visit http://www.phparch.com/webcasts/recordings/recording.php?ID=2
phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. Currently it can create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields.
Welcome to this first beta for phpMyAdmin 2.8.0. The jump from 2.7.0 to 2.8.0 is partly because from now on, versions with the same X.Y number will have the same feature set, while the third number will be for bug fixes. Also, 2.8.0 has a new web-based setup script. This version along with other phpMyAdmin versions may be found at:
You are invited to a free webcast about phpMyAdmin that I will host on Feb 3rd, 2006. Sign up on http://phparch.com/shop_product.php?itemid=104
This is patch level 2 for phpMyAdmin 2.7.0; in some MySQL 4.0.x installations, the dialog to create a table was not displayed.
This is patch level 1 for phpMyAdmin 2.7.0, fixing a vulnerability introduced in version 2.7.0.
Welcome to this version, after almost three months of development. Please have a look at http://www.phpmyadmin.net for the release notes.
Welcome to this first release candidate for phpMyAdmin 2.7.0. Testing on -beta1 went well so we hope you try -rc1 and report any bug you may find.