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When I recently logged in to phpMyAdmin it suggested I update it, which I cannot so I was instead looking to see if there is a technical reason it has not occured yet or if you were just not yet aware of the update.

A newer version of phpMyAdmin is available and you should consider upgrading. The newest version is 3.5.5, released on 2012-12-20.

asked 23 Jan '13, 23:20

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As of this writing we have phpMyAdmin version 3.5.4 installed. For critical releases (such as security releases), we'll update right away. For bugfix releases, it's more efficient to do updates every few versions or so.

If there is some particular bug in the current version which is affecting your ability to effectively use the software, please let us know and we'll look into upgrading sooner. Also note that you can install your own instance of phpMyAdmin if you wanted to; you would just only log in with your own database credentials. phpMyAdmin could also be installed in the same way to manage a private MySQL instance.

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answered 24 Jan '13, 02:28

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Seems logical to me, just saw the notice and wanted to be sure you were aware.

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in exporting my DB from localhost under MAMP Pro and then importing into my WEBFACTION DB i ran into a issue where my DB ended up wit ha rash of weird Windows line endings : \r\n\r\n

is this issue do with versions of MyPHPAdmin? MAMP Pro is using phpMyAdmin Version: 4.6.5.1 and at Webfaction it is Version : 4.4.15.7

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