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Old 12th June 2011, 15:21
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Default phpMyAdmin package creator script

In order to help with updates of the phpMyAdmin package for ISPconfig 2 [ see http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=47423 ] I have created a Bash shell script which downloads the phpMyAdmin source code, includes the files as provided by jnsc, and creates the .pkg file.

The script is available at http://wox.at/as/_/_media/bash:phpmy...pkg-creator.sh
It has not been tested much, however it should run on any Debian based system since this is what I use myself. It requires at least wget, tar, and zip.
Use at your own risk! And I mean the script and the resulting .pkg files!

The phpmyadmin-3.4.2.pkg I have just created with my script is temporarily available at http://share.wox.at/files/3e3fWv6/phpmyadmin-3.4.2.pkg (will be automatically removed in 2 weeks).

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