Please keep questions on the list.
This is documented in the manual
Schalk Neethling wrote:
> Seeing that this would probably fix the phpMyAdmin problem, how do you
> completely remove MySQL from a Windows system to ensure a clean new
> Michael Stassen wrote:
>> That's using a shotgun to kill a gnat. The IP used by phpmyadmin is
>> set in the config.inc.php file in the phpmyadmin directory. Just edit
>> this file to change the old setting to the new value. Problem solved.
>> Reinstalling mysql and php, on the other hand, will have no effect.
>> Reinstalling phpmyadmin may replace config.inc.php with default
>> settings, but you'd still have to edit it to have the correct
>> settings, so you may as well just edit the one you already have.
>> W. D. wrote:
>>> Hi Folks,
>>> How does one completely remove MySQL from FreeBSD 4.9?
>>> My router died, and upon replacement I switched to
>>> static IP addresses on my local network. Unfortunately,
>>> When using phpMyAdmin to access a database, it
>>> tries to access the database at the old IP.
>>> I can easily recreate the database--as well easily
>>> reinstall PHP, MySQL, and phpMyAdmin--but how do I
>>> remove everything so that the old IP address is
>>> not referenced?
>>> By the way, where is this IP address being stored?
>>> Thanks mucho for any light you can shed!