After a few tutorial, I will now continue with How To Install PHPMyAdmin on CentOS 7. We will still discuss CentOS 7 because I thought it was interesting to be discussed further. Once we know what it is CentOS and configuration settings, I think we both want to finish by using CentOS 7.

So, it really made me interested in learning and try deeper, maybe. And I share is used more for anyone. You can also enthusiast when taking care of a website or learn to make. As we know most PHPMyAdmin is an open source tool with the task of managing a database from MySQL using a web browser. Actually uses PHPMyAdmin pretty much all I know, maybe almost any task manager tool on this one. This means that the work we have to do one by one can be so much easier now.

In this tutorial, I will describe How to Install PHPMyAdmin on Centos 7 ways that I think is most convenient. Where do you think the task of delete, create, use and others will be managed by a super tool. Our own to find it easier to do other work and it is not difficult to do for the first time. Actually. there are many ways we can do to manage or access the database because too many applications to manipulate the database. But I will take from the earliest so that you can easily understand and try it.

Before we begin to install, there are a few that we should do like to setup a LAMP server on CentOS 7. Under settings, you can follow if you want to make faster, but you have to give input as MySQL commands available to empty password and provide the new password by pressing the ENTER button.
Screenshot_1Step 1: Download file EPEL and we have to install or copy the link rpm available. Here we will use Epel-release-7-x.noarch.rpm. Why do we have to download this file EPEL? 7 CentOS repositories cause no PHPMyAdmin package we need.
Screenshot_2Step 2: It just doesn’t install the supporters, but we also have to update the repository before. Although we use the manual method only
Screenshot_3Step 3: After we take a Step two so we just stay ahead because after the last update file to support us so we just install PHPMyAdmin only.
Screenshot_4Step 4: It is actually not much different from what we’ve done yesterday, and after installation we now propose /etc/HTTPD/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf open and this is the Apache configuration file for PHPMyAdmin should be we need to find this line and edit it.
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Then we changed as below and see changes
Screenshot_6Step 5: But before we look at the results it should be restarted so that the system is running perfectly.
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Step 6: After successfully then we open to the web browser HTTP: // serverIP / PHPMyAdmin. Here we can log in the MySQL root to root. Sorry, I do not display the image, but you can try it out by after the instructions already explained this.

Actually, other than above there are also some ways that we can do to install phpMyAdmin on CentOS 7, I purposely use the picture most easy for us to do is to try a little more complicated I think. But if you still want to know anything complicated way, I’ll tell you even if you are not sure will try or do not want to try because you find it easy.

First step: We can use the command-line utility to connect the database server then we execute SQL statements directly. I know this is more like a database administrator which I think is quite advanced and daring to compete. But you should be careful when starting, because if you use a console terminal is not recommended to administer the database server.

Step two: I think this is the most popular method in managing the database server simply by using a web browser to manage and access to and easy. But do not forget this is true for MariaDB and MySQL as I said. Well, what is the advantage that we get with the install PHPMyAdmin? Sometimes we do not really understand, but greatly help our work, because we can do all the functions of a database with a web browser.

On this short tutorial shows how to install phpMyAdmin on CentOS 7 and using your favorite web browser to manage a MySQL database. Although we just manage and run these systems in the form of online content, we still have to run with MySQL as the database

PhpMyAdmin actually depends on LAMPstack itself, because it requires Apache or the web server that is compatible, such as MySQL and PHP. This post will show you how to install and configure for phpMyAdmin linux. Before I show you how to install a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP) on CentOS 7 and you just make the order that has been explained.

Besides examples that describes, you need to install MariaDB that aim as a substitute for the drop in general is server MySQL and phpMyAdmin. Here I describe a little how to do it. I think, this is not difficult, just steps away to complete.

First step we have to install the database MariaDB on CentOS 7 and follow the step below:Screenshot_10

Furthermore, we need to run the following command to start the server MariaDBScreenshot_11

Next, to run following commands to configure a database server with the root password as a form of security.
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If advised to include root password, leave it empty, and Next press Enter. Then select Y to create a new root password. Next follow instructions to complete the rest of.
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Up here only just continue to install PHPMyAdmin on CentOS 7 and install apache before further running both until the installation is successful. Don’t forget each of our finished for it is advisable to restart the computer so that the system runs perfectly. Some methods are written is quite clear, you can follow step by step the same as I did for running PHPMyAdmin.

I still always feel enthusiastic to know more about the CentOS and all kinds of uses, I find it easy with it. A lot we can do with a small tool with great benefits, and I think we will be able to share about things like this or discuss it again. If you feel has not been fully understood, I suggest to leave a comment and I’ll help you. I guess that’s better.

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