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From:Michael Stassen Date:November 8 2004 2:09am
Subject:Re: Completely remove MySQL?
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Well, that depends on how you install phpmyadmin.  A standard method is 
simply to download, unzip, and untar the distribution.  If you do that on 
top of your old copy, or indeed, delete the old copy first, you will end up 
with the default  That is why I said "may replace".  It is 
good that your port won't do that, but considering the context of "how do I 
remove everything so that the old IP address is not referenced?", I chose 
not to make assumptions about how he would reinstall.


Matthew Seaman wrote:

> On Sun, Nov 07, 2004 at 03:40:12PM -0500, Michael Stassen wrote:
>>Reinstalling phpmyadmin may replace 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.
> No, it won't trash an existing configuration.  Nor will it while I
> remain the port maintainer.
> 	Cheers,
> 	Matthew
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