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#1 Mike P

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 03:37 AM

I am an occasional player with Uni-Sever and I have just installed Orion 8.5.1 planning to import some old DBs from an old UniServer configuration. I found that when Importing or Exporting phpMyAdmin gives a warning and points to

C:\...\UniServeretc\phpmyadmin/:


I think there should be a '\' between UniServer and etc. I don't know if this is a long standing problem but I don't remember the error message in Orion 7. As a quick fix I created the directory and the SQL installed fine.

The question is how do I correct the directory name for the future? I don't want a weirdly named directory floating around outside my sever directory structure. There must be a config file somewhere down in the oily bits but I have no idea where.

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 12:27 PM

Well, I have the same problem, which is interesting because the config.inc.php file for phpmyadmin shows a leading backslash.

AHA! There was a code change that must have introduced this bug. Coral_8.1.2 does NOT have the problem.

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