Server system SBS (Novell Small Business suite) 6.5 sp 1 with MySQL ver. 
4.0.15a, PHP 4.2.3, all of them on same machine.

Using the phpMyAdmin to build a new DB, I observed the "PMA Database ... not OK 
General relation features Disabled " message.

In the above message is a link to a page with the following explanation that I 
don't know how to use:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['pmadb'] string 
Starting with version 2.3.0 phpMyAdmin offers a lot of features to work with 
master / foreign - tables. To use those as well as the bookmark feature you 
need special tables with a predefined structure, which we explain below.
If you are the only user of this phpMyAdmin installation, you can use your 
current database to store those special tables; in this case, just put your 
current database name in $cfg['Servers'][$i]['pmadb']. 

If you are setting up a multi-user phpMyAdmin installation, you will need to 
create a new db and setup special privileges, so, as superuser: 

create a new database for phpmyadmin:
  CREATE DATABASE phpmyadmin;
Note that "controluser" must have SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE privileges 
on this database. Here is a query to set up those privileges (using 
"phpmyadmin" as the database name, and "pma" as the controluser):
  GRANT SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE ON phpmyadmin.* to 'pma'@'localhost'; 
do not give any other user rights on this database. 
enter the databasename in $cfg['Servers'][$i]['pmadb'] 
Please help


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