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Final touches on an Ubuntu 8.10 LAMP server Part II

Posted 12-05-2008 at 07:28 PM by jkzfixme
Updated 12-22-2008 at 10:39 AM by jkzfixme

The whole point of this tutorial is to help with usability, and on that subject one of the things i find slightly lacking in webmin is the mysql administration. Albeit use able its not all that refined. The fix I find for this is installing phpmyadmin . Its pretty useful for user administration and has a hell of a web interface. Its also really easy to install.

SSH in to the system , as at this point theres no use for a monitor since webmin can take care of just about anything you need to do = )

and type in
sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin
once its all finished up all you need to do is type in (substituting your url of course) login and bask in the awesomeness, that is easy mysql administration.

One thing of note is that in webmin anyone who has sudo privileges can login, however this is not the case with phpmyadmin. You need to have access rights to mysql or be root to login

As always questions comments and constructive criticism is always welcome.

Jesse Ziter
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