• Nick Gray

    Great Document worked perfectly! thanks…

    For you guys who are setting up on AWS. (aws.amazon.com/) You need to open a tunnel. You do this in Putty:
    1: seup tunnel in putty: ssh:tunnel(source=8888, desternation=localhost:80)
    2: connect to while tunnel is open
    you may know you need to have Putty Pageant setup and running with your aws key

  • Bob

    Get a 404 error now for that RPM :(

  • Eser Akray

    Thank you very much for the information you have given. I could install phpMyAdmin

  • Martin

    Superb post. Followed it exactly after a few attempts from other tutorials and this one worked a treat. Cheers Buddy

  • blah

    after step 2 i get a TON of python file errors, and yum is broken. thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/rherron rherron

    Thanks so much for the tutorial, all sorted. And cheers to the commenter with the AWS advice below, that’s the next step..

  • Norman

    little question: setup ran fine but if I go to I get auth window. Rootlogin don´s work. Any suggestion?

    Thank you

    • Hy Cường

      if you use rootlogin without password
      line : $cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘AllowNoPassword’] = FALSE;
      to $cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘AllowNoPassword’] = TRUE;

  • Dante

    Thanks bro! you are a life saver

  • موقع مسيحي دوت كوم

    Thank you for this info. I had phpMyAdmin but I had problem so I had to uninstall it and reinstalled it and after following your topic got error 500 could you please help me with that? I have centos 6.4

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  • jan

    sorry no package phpMyAdmin available try a better tutorial

    • ET

      Try with EPEL repository …

  • Marcin EF

    Flawless …

  • jhendo

    DO NOT DO THIS!!! Yum Update updates your entire system.

  • Arjun

    Life. Saver.

  • russian

    really it’s useful howto. thank you

  • Linux newbie

    Thanks dude!

  • rafael

    Thanks a Lot!!!

  • xxxxx

    im have a mini problem premision

  • abhay

    Thanks alot..

  • Uchihamadara

    Wow Thanks, Amazing. I just need it to install moodle!

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  • DefenestrateXP

    Great tip on using the version with the capital letters in the package name. The all-lowercase version is much more of a PITA to set up.

  • Alexandru Andrei

    what do you mean to deny from all ?

  • mihaicoli

    You could try first:
    cd ~
    wget http://ftp.jaist.ac.jp/pub/Linux/Fedora/epel/6/i386/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm
    yum install http://ftp.jaist.ac.jp/pub/Linux/Fedora/epel/6/i386/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm
    yum install ./epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm
    so yum install database to not get broken.

  • Peter Skelton

    Thanks, super smooth install. Much easier than the instructions provided by phpMyAdmin.

  • http://www.inarrivo.net fbartolom

    Unfortunately I keep on receiving error 403 even after following your advices. As a matter of fact I had to uninstall a previous working installation because of a grant problem on root and now I am left without phpMyAdmin and even with no access by sql client.

  • Ben

    Excellent and clear instructions – thanks!

  • Filip

    You don’t have permission to access /phpMyAdmin/ on this server.

  • Muhammad Athar

    I have install phpmyadmin but 403 error apears when i open myip/phpmyadmin!
    What I have to do?
    I also edited phpmyadmin.conf

  • Nux

    You wrote: “find the lines ‘Deny from All’ and comment those lines and restart httpd service”…. This is a VERY BAD practice. It is best to __add__ “Allow From″ where is your IP. At a very least you should add “Allow From 1.2″ to allow only from a group of IPs (all starting with the given two numbers).

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