PHPMyAdmin Link Only Offers Download or View With
Server version: Apache/1.3.34 (Ubuntu)
Server built: Jul 26 2006 09:10:06
PHP 5.1.2 (cli) (built: Jul 17 2007 17:32:48)
I have have been following the tutrial http://flurdy.com/docs/postfix and am not completed with the setup process however I am at the phase of getting ready to test if the email server is functioning to this point.
Anyhow, I am told I should be able to create mysql tables by 'command line' OR by using 'phpmyadmin'.
When I am at the server index which displays links to 'apache2-default' which takes me to the apache test page and also the 'phpmyadmin' link which when clicked on only offers to doanload the file or view it by selecting a local app. :confused:
I have created a 'test.php' file in '/var/www/test.php' but when I click on it I get the same result- Save OR View??
What am I doing wrong, why won't 'phpmyadmin' work as it should?
I ran 'sudo dpkg -l' and the list shows that both 'apache' and 'apache2' are installed in addition to that the list also shows 'php4' & 'php5' as being installed too! :eek:
According to the flurdy tutorial I am following the only pacakges to be used are 'apache2' and 'php4'...
It seems by this tutorial that 'SquirrelMail' is only compatible with 'php4' and not 'php5' - I guess??
If I restart apache all is fine.
But if I attempt to do the same with apache2
Should I 'apt-get remove apache' && 'apt-get remove php4' or what- I'm not sure?
Oh Yeah, I fogot this-- I edited '/etc/mysql/config.inc.php' ALSO
host = localhost
auth_type = config
user = root
password = xxxxx
Can someone provide a n00b! some guidance please?
PHP is not enabled in Apache.
What are the outputs of
RE: PHPMyAdmin Link
Thanks for the reply...
The output of the first command:
And then I re-installed:
untar xva <roundmail_file_name>
Thank you for the help
You must enable PHP5 like this:
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