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How To Install phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu 14.04 / 12.04

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phpMyAdmin is the best option for managing MySQL databases through web interface. Its very easy to use and provides almost all the option to work with your MySQL server. It also provides an easy way to configure mysql replication with few steps.

Step 1: Install Apache2, PHP and MySQL

 

We assume you already have installed LAMP setup on your system. If you do not have installed, Use following command to install it. Below command will install Apache2, PHP5 and MySQL server in your ubuntu system.

$ sudo apt-get install apache2 php5 mysql-server

 

Step 2: Install phpMyAdmin

 

After installing LAMP stack, lets install phpMyAdmin using below given command in your Ubuntu system

$ sudo apt-get install phpMyAdmin

 

Step 3: Configure Apache2 for phpMyAdmin

 

After installation of phpMyAdmin it creates an configuration file for apache2. Edit apache2 main configuration file /etc/apache2/apache2.confand add following line at the end of file.

  Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache2.conf

 

After updating above entry, restart apache2 service using following command

$ sudo service apache2 restart

 

Step 4: Access phpMyAdmin in Browser

 

You phpMyAdmin installation has been completed successfully. Open you favorite web browser and open below url to access phpMyAdmin

 http://test.selva070.me/phpmyadmin/

 

If you are accessing from remote system, change localhost to system ip address.

phpMyAdmin-Login-Screen

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