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    phpmyadmin 2.5.6 (users)

    Hello. I am running phpmyadmin 2.5.6 on my server. (Windows) I now have multiple users and customers are requesting phpmyadmin. So I go into the config file (config.inc.php) and I set it to 'http' because that sounds to be the best. So I try to get into phpmyadmin and it doesn't work. So I look into the .htpasswd file and it has NO users, just my servers username (which isn't even a mysql username), how can I fix this??
    I want to be so that multiple users can all use phpmyadmin (and only their assigned table).
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    Set the config to cookies.

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    Cookies uses an html form so that should be easier anyway. Also, I don't think phpmyadmin uses htaccess files I think they use page headers to request authentication.
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    when i set it to cookies it just gives me errors
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  5. #5
    ok, i think i got it. Now it is giving me this error:

    The configuration file now needs a secret passphrase (blowfish_secret).
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    Just throw in some random text into the "secret" field.
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