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hai I need to install phpmyadmin in my linux server. Presently am using redhat linux 6 64bit operating system running on server in my concern.. So please redirect me the ...
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- 01-03-2013 #1
Request For phpmyadmin rpm
I need to install phpmyadmin in my linux server. Presently am using redhat linux 6 64bit operating system running on server in my concern..
So please redirect me the phpmyadmin.rpm package
- 01-03-2013 #2
Hi Welcome to Linux Forums!
RPM resource phpmyadmin...
Its easier to use yum , "yum -y install phpmyadmin"
- 01-03-2013 #3
Already i tried using yum but no use... i got an lot bugs...
- 01-03-2013 #4
- 01-03-2013 #5
Loaded plugins: downloadonly, product-id, refresh-packagekit, subscription-
Updating Red Hat repositories.
Repository 'Server' is missing name in configuration, using id
Setting up Install Process
No package phpmyadmin available.
Error: Nothing to do
- 01-03-2013 #6
okay,give a try with the package from rpmfind site. If that didn't work and if you have another linux server copy its repo file to this machine and run 'yum'
- 01-03-2013 #7
I tried that site and i got this error for Failed dependencies. so please try to help me... i need to configure apache server...
HA1 Signature, key ID 80420f66: NOKEY
error: Failed dependencies:
apache-mod_php is needed by phpmyadmin-3.5.5-1.mga3.noarch
apache-mod_ssl is needed by phpmyadmin-3.5.5-1.mga3.noarch
php-mbstring is needed by phpmyadmin-3.5.5-1.mga3.noarch
php-mcrypt is needed by phpmyadmin-3.5.5-1.mga3.noarch
- 01-03-2013 #8
That's problem with installing via rpm. You need to resolve those dependencies on your own. Find those rpm and install them. Solving dependency hell is an very annoying issue.
As I said, try copying repo file from other machines or create new repo files and use yum.
Follow these articles
How to Install phpMyAdmin on CentOS
Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On CentOS 6.3 (LAMP) - Page 2 | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
- 01-10-2013 #9
Follow these steps and you will do great.
1. Login as root (or su -)
2. wget -q -O - atomicorp.com/installers/atomic | sh (This is suitable to RHEL 6)
3. Accept the terms
4. "yum install phpmyadmin -y" (This will install phpmyadmin will the all required dependencies)