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    Default Wamp phpmyadmin

    I recently started running wamp on my computer. I have put all my php files into the www directory and would like to run phpmyadmin however it comes up with this

    Welcome to phpMyAdmin

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    MySQL said:

    #2002 - The server is not responding (or the local MySQL server's socket is not correctly configured)

    Any help would be great.

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    Try restarting all of your services. If that doesn't work, try uninstalling and reinstalling WAMP.

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    I've restarted the services and reinstalled WAMP. It still won't work.

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    It just started working again. Don't know why. 1 other question. On WAMP when I connect to the database it comes up with a whole heap of messages, but the page still loads but on my online server the messages don't show up.

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    Where do you see the messages? Are they on the web page page that is executing the connection to MySQL?

    If you're getting Notices, then you can turn that off by configuring the php.ini key of error_reporting to E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE.

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    Oh, and restarting Apache. Don't forget that.

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    Yes they are notices. Could you please explain exactly how to disable them?

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    Do you mean this

    ; error_reporting
    ; Default Value: E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE
    ; Development Value: E_ALL | E_STRICT
    ; Production Value: E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED

    That was under php.ini in \bin\apache\Apache2.2.17\bin

    Is this the bit you mean?

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    No. Everything starting with ';' is a comment in php.ini. Open it in Notepad (or Notepad equivalent), search for error_reporting, and keep searching until you find error_reporting without the semicolon in front of it.

    Then change the value of that key to E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE.

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    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    ; Error handling and logging ;
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

    ; This directive informs PHP of which errors, warnings and notices you would like
    ; it to take action for. The recommended way of setting values for this
    ; directive is through the use of the error level constants and bitwise
    ; operators. The error level constants are below here for convenience as well as
    ; some common settings and their meanings.
    ; By default, PHP is set to take action on all errors, notices and warnings EXCEPT
    ; those related to E_NOTICE and E_STRICT, which together cover best practices and
    ; recommended coding standards in PHP. For performance reasons, this is the
    ; recommend error reporting setting. Your production server shouldn't be wasting
    ; resources complaining about best practices and coding standards. That's what
    ; development servers and development settings are for.
    ; Note: The php.ini-development file has this setting as E_ALL | E_STRICT. This
    ; means it pretty much reports everything which is exactly what you want during
    ; development and early testing.
    ;
    ; Error Level Constants:
    ; E_ALL - All errors and warnings (includes E_STRICT as of PHP 6.0.0)
    ; E_ERROR - fatal run-time errors
    ; E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR - almost fatal run-time errors
    ; E_WARNING - run-time warnings (non-fatal errors)
    ; E_PARSE - compile-time parse errors
    ; E_NOTICE - run-time notices (these are warnings which often result
    ; from a bug in your code, but it's possible that it was
    ; intentional (e.g., using an uninitialized variable and
    ; relying on the fact it's automatically initialized to an
    ; empty string)
    ; E_STRICT - run-time notices, enable to have PHP suggest changes
    ; to your code which will ensure the best interoperability
    ; and forward compatibility of your code
    ; E_CORE_ERROR - fatal errors that occur during PHP's initial startup
    ; E_CORE_WARNING - warnings (non-fatal errors) that occur during PHP's
    ; initial startup
    ; E_COMPILE_ERROR - fatal compile-time errors
    ; E_COMPILE_WARNING - compile-time warnings (non-fatal errors)
    ; E_USER_ERROR - user-generated error message
    ; E_USER_WARNING - user-generated warning message
    ; E_USER_NOTICE - user-generated notice message
    ; E_DEPRECATED - warn about code that will not work in future versions
    ; of PHP
    ; E_USER_DEPRECATED - user-generated deprecation warnings
    ;
    ; Common Values:
    ; E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE (Show all errors, except for notices and coding standards warnings.)
    ; E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE | E_STRICT (Show all errors, except for notices)
    ; E_COMPILE_ERROR|E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR|E_ERROR|E_CORE_ERROR (Show only errors)
    ; E_ALL | E_STRICT (Show all errors, warnings and notices including coding standards.)
    ; Default Value: E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE
    ; Development Value: E_ALL | E_STRICT
    ; Production Value: E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED
    ; http://php.net/error-reporting
    error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE



    I changed the last line to what you said but it's still coming up with notices.

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