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Old 23rd August 2006, 07:45
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I am running a CentOS box that was pretty much done step for step with the perfect install, though I did it on an i386 rather than 64. I did have apache 1.x installed previously (I found this site while I was trying to configure the SSL with a self signed cert by googling) and I had Webmin and phpMyAdmin running on it... they are still installed, but after I installed ISPConfig I lost functionality on the webmin completely and had to move the phpMyAdmin into a folder off of my vhost webroot... I would like the phpMyAdmin accessible from all domains without placing separate copies in each, as well as make webmin accessible again... what did I do wrong?

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If you install phpmyadmin as ISPConfig package, it can be accessed from all websites.
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ok... will investigate the phpMyAdmin component... what about webmin?
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nevermind...

webmin works fine with ISPConfig.... somehow the service stopped :: DUH ::

I did find the phpMyAdmin package for ISPConfig (along with the RoundcubeWebmail package) at

http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads.htm

(again :: DUH :: ) and they installed very simply through the ISPConfig's Management>Update Manager>Update

I really like this setup... And to think I almost took a job with cPanel this summer. This might put em out of business.
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