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Old 5th March 2008, 00:32
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Default ssl on phpmyadmin


I have install ubuntu 7.10 server version and install phpmyadmin using "apt-get install phpmyadmin" How could I get it to force redirect using https instead http? I look on the phpmyadmin website, but I didn't see the phpmyadmin file(s) under /var/www. I think on the ubuntu install it is on other directory.

On all my other site under /var/www/mysite I could manully type https://mysite/ without any error.

Please help...

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