Phpmyadmin problems

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by shoevring, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. shoevring

    shoevring New Member

    Hello everyone..

    I just installed Ispconfig3 with guide >

    But my phpmyadmin does not work..

    Then i try to navigate to phpmyadmin from Database icon, the site isn't where..

    I have tryed to install phpmyadmin again, but it says the package is installed..

    Hope there are any one with the skillz i need.. thanks!
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Most likely there is a wrong hostname set in the ispconfig server settings then. Can you access phpmyadmin trogh the IP address?
  3. shoevring

    shoevring New Member

    Thanks for your reply, no i can't access the phpmyadmin on my ip..

    xx.xx.xx.xx/phpmyadmin right?

    The phpmyadmin is in /etc but not in /var, so.. i think it should be where?
  4. shoevring

    shoevring New Member

    And it is in: /usr/share/phpmyadmin/
  5. shoevring

    shoevring New Member

    Thanks for the help, i got it to work..

    I copy the phpmyadmin folder from /usr/share/phpmyadmin to /var/www/phpmyadmin and it works!
  6. insideoutsolutions

    insideoutsolutions New Member

    Problem fixed by running hostname, hostname -f

    I don't know why, but running hostname and hostname -f commands fixed the problem. Weird.
  7. dolmax

    dolmax New Member

    phpMyAdmin case

    Sorry for a late response.

    During the Perfect Server installation, I have checked phpmyadmin and realized that it worked as is. But right after I installed ISPconfig 3, I started getting 403 errors when trying to connect to phpmyadmin page.

    I have checked everywhere, even read through this message. Then looking at the Apache configurations, I have realized that there was a lower-upper case problem for phpmyadmin.

    The actual name of the folder is /usr/share/phpMyAdmin, while the /etc/httpd/conf/sites_available/ispconfig.conf file reflects /usr/share/phpmyadmin (all lower case. I have corrected the name and restarted Apache. Ta daaa.

    There are some parts of the installation that are neglected or forgotten. I have noticed a couple of them during installation. I'll list them here, so that the original document might be updated accordingly.

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