The dreaded error "1045 - Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)" has been baffling php developers - do a google search on it and you shall see. I spent good 3 hours on it.
I faced this error all because I decided to change the MySQL blank password to a non-blank password. And after that I tried everything I could - changing PHPMyAdmin config files config.inc.php config.default.php, reinstalling the WAMP package (I used EasyPHP), rebooting. I won't go into the details of what I tried.
And then I found a workaround - under PHPMyAdmin folder locate /scripts/signon.php and run it in the browser. You will be asked for the login details as below.
And then another login screen pops-up, enter the mysql details:
Finally, the screen that I wanted to see:
I wonder the number of years PHPMyAdmin is in development and yet we see these errors? I think PHPMyAdmin is just overrated. I just wanted some GUI to manage MySQL. For some serious development I think it's better to use window based MySQL's new Workbench software instead of the crappy web based PHPMyAdmin.
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