How to install PHPMyAdmin on a RaspberryPi – Programming for the Web


How to install PHPMyAdmin on a RaspberryPi

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Install phpMyAdmin: sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin

To tell Apache about phpmyadmin:
sudo nano /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

and at the bottom of the file add (then save and exit):
Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

Restart Apache2:
sudo systemctl restart apache2.service



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John has been working with computers for longer than he cares to remember. John trained as a Systems Analyst/Programmer, has also worked as a Systems Administrator on Windows Servers and Workstations and has been dabbling with Linux since the mid 1990s.

Along the way John has learnt and used COBOL, C, C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, PHP (HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc.), SQL, various Scripting languages and some proprietary database languages. John wrote his first website in early 1996 using Windows Notepad (no IDEs were available then) and, later, started using HotDog before moving to Dreamweaver then to NetBeans and Atom.

John, now, is freelance and develops software solely for the internet. John uses both Windows and Linux daily and develops web software in both environments using PHP, HTML, CSS (Sass & Less), SQL, JavaScript and various frameworks as the project dictates.



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