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Category: How to: Login to phpMyAdmin as root

InterWorx uses PHPMyAdmin to allow both users and administrators easy control over their MySQL databases. Administrators in NodeWorx will be logged into the database as the root user and SiteWorx users will be logged in as a temporary user who can only see databases they’ve created via the interface. Related Documentation Offical phpMyAdmin Documentation HowTo: Login to […]

phpMyAdminroot
Nov 15, 2012, 6:53 pmBy: InterWorx
17 votes, 1.71 avg. rating (35% score)
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How to Enable Multiple PHP in NodeWorx and SiteWorx

InterWorx supports multiple PHP as of version 6.0.0. Requirements: In order to enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, the following is required: InterWorx version 6.0.0+ Set Up: To enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, follow these steps: On a server running at least InterWorx version 6.0.0, navigate to System Services > Webserver in the sidebar […]

multiple phpNodeWorxSiteWorx
Jun 21, 2017, 2:02 pmBy: InterWorx
41 votes, 1.15 avg. rating (23% score)
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Category: Can I upgrade MySQL?

Yes, it is safe to upgrade your MySQL. Since InterWorx Control Panel runs its own instance of MySQL, it will not interfere with the functioning of the CP.

MySQL
Nov 11, 2012, 11:27 pmBy: InterWorx
1 vote, 1.00 avg. rating (37% score)
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Category: How to: Configure NodeWorx SPAM Filtering

InterWorx uses SpamAssassin to help keep levels of email spam reasonable. The page in NodeWorx deals with settings that are global across the entire server. SpamAssassin SMTP Scanning and Global Options SpamAssassin can be configured to block spam at the SMTP leve before the message is even processed by the mail delivery system and sent to a […]

E-mailSMTPSpamAssassin
Nov 16, 2012, 7:28 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: Where is the PHP configuration file (php.ini)?

The standard php.ini is /etc/php.ini InterWorx uses its own instance of PHP. Its config file is located at /home/interworx/etc/php.ini (making changes here is not recommended).

Web Server
Nov 12, 2012, 8:46 pmBy: InterWorx
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