So recently, I was working over project and was customizing the drupal distribution for ERP solutions. All was going smoothly till I ran into a big trouble
My “phpmyadmin” was not working!!
I started looking for answer, which ranges from clearing my browser cache history, to restarting Apache, but none worked!!
Then finally I decided to look into the deeper aspect of the problem, and came up with this solution,
1. Open your terminal [ CTRL + ALT + T]
2. Go to the following directory
$: cd /etc/php5/apache2
3. Now open the file php.ini in your text editor, in my case it’s emacs!
$: sudo emacs -nw php.ini
4. Now edit the following line into your file, it was commented in my case
;session.save_path = “/N;PATH”
Changing it to
session.save_path = “/tmp” [uncommenting it]
AND VOILA! This successfully helped me to restart my phpmyadmin.
P.s In some cases it might still won’t work, please clear your browser’s cache after restarting your Apache server.