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Old 16th November 2005, 12:42
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Lightbulb Installing PhpMyadmin for ISPConfig

Hi Falko,

Do you have steps (or rough idea) on how to install phpmyadmin to work with ISPConfig.
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Old 16th November 2005, 13:02
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Yes, install the phpMyAdmin package from www.ispconfig.org ( http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/p...-2.6.4-pl3.pkg ) using Management -> Update Manager -> Update.
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Old 16th November 2005, 13:05
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Just download the phpmyadmin.pkg (you find the link under downloads on ispconfig.org) to your local machine.
Login as admin in ISPConfig, go to Management -> Update Manager -> Update. Click the browse button and select the .pkg file you just downloaded and click install. Wait a minute while phpmyadmin is uploaded and installed. You will get a message when it is done.

Now you should have a link to phpmyadmin in the Tools menu, next to the portscanner and whois.

Follow the exact same procedure to install the webmail package.

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Again thanks Falko and Elk! Wonderful.
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What is the username and password after a new install of the phpmyadmin package? Thanks.
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Phpmyadmin itself does not have a password, the login credentials you are asked for are the username and password of your mysql database.
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