Many users not feel familiar with command line interface with the system from the MySQL, they need GUI interface like phpMyAdmin.
phpMyAdmin can connect with MySQL through a GUI interface.
In this blog, we’ll see how to install phpMyAdmin.
Before you get started, we need server with command line access allowed.
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Step 1 : Update Ubuntu
We will install phpMyAdmin from the default Ubuntu repositories, but first need to update our system with latest packages.
sudo apt-get update
Step 2 : Install phpMyAdmin
Next, install phpMyAdmin from ubuntu repository, for that use following command line.
sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin php-mbstring php-gettext
During this installation, we need to select some options like server, common setting, etc.
For the server choose apache, after the choose YES for default common configuration.
Next we need to enter password of our phpMyAdmin, so enter & store somewhere secure.
Step 3 : Enable PHP extensions
phpMyAdmin depends on some extensions from PHP to run smoothly.
For that run following commands :
sudo phpenmod mcrypt sudo phpenmod mbstring
After that we need to restart our apache server.
sudo systemctl restart apache2
Step 4 : Run phpMyAdmin
Now all done here, need to check all run smoothly by pasting following url in your browser.
First replace ip with & port with your url.
First screen asking you for credentials.
Use "root" as a username & password which you enter while installation.