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A Step-by-Step Guide: Installing phpMyAdmin on CentOS

Installing phpMyAdmin on CentOS:

Step 1: Update Your Server

Before installing any new software, it’s crucial to ensure your system is up to date. Open a terminal and run the following commands:
#sudo yum update

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Step 2: Install EPEL Repository

phpMyAdmin is available in the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) repository. Install it with:

#sudo yum install epel-release

Step 3: Install phpMyAdmin

Now, you can install phpMyAdmin using the following command:

#sudo yum install phpmyadmin

Step 4: Configure phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin requires a small configuration before it’s ready to use. Open the configuration file in a text editor:

#sudo nano /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf

Find the line that says Require ip and change it to:

Require all granted

Save the changes and exit the text editor.

Step 5: Restart Apache

To apply the changes, restart the Apache web server:

#sudo systemctl restart httpd

Now, you can access phpMyAdmin by navigating to http://your_server_ip/phpmyadmin in your web browser.