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How to connect remote DB from localhost using PhpMyAdmin

Connecting to a remote database from localhost can be done in many ways. Here I am going to explain a very simple way to do so. That is, connecting a remote database using phpmyadmin in the local server. To do so you need to follow the simple steps given below, Note: Hope you guys have server installed in your local machine Xampp, Wamp etc. I am using xampp for the tutorial.
1.Open the XAMPP control panel. You can open it from the Xampp directory. (eg: C:\xampp ->xampp-control) 2.Click on the Config button on the right side of Apache and select PhpMyAdmin (config.inc) from the dropdown list. 3.Now you need to add the connection details in the config.inc document just before the php closing tag in the following format. Eg: $i++; $cfg['Servers'][$i]['host'] = ''; //provide hostname and port if other than default $cfg['Servers'][$i]['user'] = '';//user name for your remote server $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = '';//pass…

Amazon Kindle in white colour launched in India for Rs 5,999

amazon kindle whiteAmazon has introduced a white coloured option for its Kindle e-reader in India, priced at Rs 5,999. The device comes with a glare-free touchscreen and adjustable text size.

It comes with a 6-inch touchscreen display that reads like real paper with no screen glare, even in bright sunlight. A 20% faster processor delivers smooth and quick page turns. It comes with 4GB storage which let you carry thousands of books on the go. The device is lighter than a paperback books and it fits in your pocket.

The company says that the device’s battery will last for weeks and that it can store thousands of books. It comes pre-installed with GoodReads and Whispersyn. Also, the X-Ray feature allows users to look up the character information.

The Kindle e-book store offers access to over three million books, out of which more than a million are store exclusives. Kindle has e-books starting at Rs 99 and a subscription service to over 1 million books starting at Rs 199.

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