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    [SOLVED] SME 7.4 and phpmyadmin

    I am not completely sure if this belongs here or another area. I would ask at their forum but it has been days since I registered and I haven't been approved. So I am not going to bother with their forums.

    I just started using SME server 7.4. I have it set up for a gateway/private server. The problem I am having is this.

    I installed phpmyadmin-

    yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-phpmyadmin
    It downloaded and installed fine. Then I did-

    signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot
    To check to make sure it was private I did-

    db configuration show phpmyadmin
    And it came up the way it was suppose to-


    So to access phpmyadmin I am suppose to type in my domain name, etc-

    I am doing this from my Vista computer using Firefox. The set up is this, Cable modem-smeserver-linksys workgroup switch-Vista Computer.

    I can access the my.domain just fine when I type it into the address bar in Firefox. I also have file sharing set up and can access the i-bays from Vista. But I can't access phpmyadmin from Firefox. I am using opendns and when I type in
    it goes to them saying it doesn't exist. But like I said if I type in
    it takes me right to it. Since I am running a private server I am thinking it has something to do with that maybe?

    Anyone know what I might be missing here?

  2. #2
    After searching and waiting for days for any help or suggestions I decided to just get rid of SME Server. It is getting annoying and becoming a serious pain. It was easy to set up as a private server and gateway, but that is about it.

    I am going to try a couple of other linux based servers. If all fails I think I will head back to a windows server.

  3. #3
    I decided to try one more thing before I gave up on SME. I simple reinstalled everything. And it works fine now.

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  5. #4
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    May 2009
    Big River, Sask, Canada
    Glad to hear you figured it out. I don't run a server, so I had no clue, myself.
    Registered Linux User #420832

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