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MythPHP Client Support Solution Version 1.0
GNU General Public License (GPL)

It's very easy to get started!!!

Installation MythPHP
Step 1. Script Upload

        1.1 Step 1. Uncompressing downloaded archive.
        1.2 Step 2. Uploading files.
Step 2. SQL File Import.

There are 2 ways to restore your MySQL database from sql dump file.

1st way to restore mysql database from sql dump file is using mysql web control panel – phpMyAdmin
- Log into phpMyAdmin.
- Select your preference database on the left database navigation drop down list.

- Click on Import tab on the top.
- Select your sql dumb file at File to import
- Then select your mysql database charset (ex: Latin1, utf-8)
- and click GO and it’s done!

Do not use phpMyAdmin to import or restore your MySQL database if your MySQL database file is large. This is because, phpMyAdmin has limit on total upload size which depend on php setting. Besides, there is also maximum execution time which may cause browser to time out.

The solution to restore large mysql database from sql dump file is using unix/linux shell command.
To restore mysql database from a dump file, just type the command below:-

mysql -u #username# -p #database# < #dump_file#

Of course you need to replace #username# to your database username and #database# to your target database. and rename #dump_file# to your dump file file name (veritabani.sql) Once you enter the command, the linux/unix shell will prompt you for your database user password, just key in your database password and you are done.

Step 3. Configuration

As part of the MythPHP installation, you must modify the ayar.php file to define the MythPHP configuration settings required to access your MySQL database.

The ayar.php file is provided as an example to work from. Advanced settings and examples are provided below.

To change the ayar.php file for your installation, you will need this information:

Database Name 
    Database Name used by MythPHP 
Database Username 
    Username used to access Database 
Database Password 
    Password used by Username to access Database 
Database Host 
    The hostname of your Database Server 

If your hosting provider installed MythPHP for you, get the information from them. If you manage your own web server or hosting account, you will have this information as a result of creating the database and user. 

Demo Client Information:
Username: hide@address.com
Password: 123456

Demo Admin Information:
Username:  Admin
Password: 123456

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