troubleshooting Question

Removing or extending the phpMyAdmin timeout period

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After opening a table with phpMyAdmin and working with it a while, the connection is dropped automatically after something like 5 minutes of inactivity.  Then I have shut down phpMYAdmin , reopen it, and go open my  table again, which is a real nuisance. No one else has access to this computer so I would prefer to leave the connection open until I shut down phpMyAdmin, or at least leave it open for 30 minutes or so.  Is there any way to do that?

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