are you using the mysql or mysqli extension? Which version is your mysql=20
client library, as can be seen on phpinfo()?
You are probably using an older client library.
But you are right, we should also display the "password hashing" dialog=20
under the "Privileges" page.
Damon McMahon a =E9crit :
> Ah, that's it. I was changing the password using the "Privileges" link
> from the main page... there is no warning/option about which password
> hashing algorithm to use here, unlike on the main "Change Password"
> So am I to take it that the changes in password hashing introduced in
> MySQL 4.1 haven't been included in PMA 2.6.4?
> On 14/02/06, Marc Delisle <Marc.Delisle@...> said:
>> To: phpmyadmin-users@...
>> Subject: Re: [Phpmyadmin-users] Password change not working in phpmyad=
>> is working on command-line
>> Damon McMahon a =3DE9crit :
>>> MySQL 4.1.15, phpmyadmin 2.6.4-pl4, $cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type']=3D=
>>> When I change the root password using phpmyadmin the new password
>>> isn't accepted by phpmyadmin, it is accepted using the command-line
>>> client mysql(1) however.
>>>> update mysql.user set Password=3D3Dpassword('') where User=3D3D'root=
>>> to reset the password to blank allows me to regain access using a
>>> blank password with phpmyadmin, any other password doesn't work in
>>> phpmyadmin, however.
>>> I notice that
>>>> select Password from mysql.user;
>>> shows that the hash for my new root password is much longer than my
>>> existing passwords.
>>> What am I missing?
>> When you change your password via phpMyAdmin, how do you do it? If you=
>> use the Change password from the main page, then you should be seeing =
>> Password Hashing dialog.
>> Marc Delisle
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