I'm using an app that has a bug in it. The app has a script that has problems handling the password I created for my related MySQL database. Basically, the script wasn't coded correctly to handle passwords with certain non-alphanumeric characters: >, #, etc.
I've have just spent 2 hours groping around CPanel and PHP MyAdmin, and searching the Web, unsuccessfully, for a simple explanation of "How to change your MySQL database password".
I'm a reluctant user of "command lines" but, failing all else, I can buck up and blow up with the best of the know-nothings. :)
I feel so pathetic. It just seems to me that I MUST be missing some easy answer. I mean, for heaven's sake, it's just a password change! How hard can it be . . . ? :(
I fear the answer will be "Really hard, sucka!" :)