Need support for phpmyadmin

Reported by: Binu Ji
Created: 2 months 27 days ago
Last reply: 1 month 9 days ago
Views: 1111


Just started using it and i like it. It would be nice if it has the following feature.

* phpmyadmin  support

You can set it up through a domain or subdomain. 

Install phpmyadmin:

apt-get install phpmyadmin

When it asks you what your web server is, choose neither of the given options and continue. 

Setup a new domain or subdomain and set the document root to:

DocumentRoot "/usr/share/phpmyadmin" 

That domain/subdomain should then take you to phpmyadmin.

If you have any questions, I can try to help you out. 

Feel free to message me on discord: ImJT#8937


Can I ask a question?

I did everything you wrote and it did not work for me .. How do I log in to phpmyadmin?

I know it's an old post but you can alternatively 

  • Create any site or subdomain. name it anything you like
  • Set DOCUMENT ROOT to "/usr/share/phpmyadmin" 
  • enable php by selecting a php version
  • Add an uncommon port to the listen section, eg 1024^
  • remove the 80 and 442 bindings.

access that site through a browser on the network using the selected port. IMO this is more secure that blasting it on port 80 and giving access externally.

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