CentOS Tutorial – This short tutorial is going to show you how to install PHPMyAdmin on CentOS 7.3 Server. As you know, PHPMyAdmin is a web based MySQL Server administration tool. With this tool we can easily manage our MySQL Server anywhere via web browser. Installing PHPMyAdmin on CentOS 7 is pretty easy and straight forward. Please follow these steps to get started
- LAMP Server on CentOS 7.3
- EPEL Repository installed on CentOS
Steps to install PHPMyAdmin on CentOS 7.3
Step 1. Install LAMP Server
In order to work, PHPMyAdmin needs a working LAMP Server. Please refers to my previous tutorial on how to install LAMP Server on CentOS 7.3 Server.
Step 2. Install EPEL Repository
We need to install EPEL repository first prior to phpmyadmin installation.
yum install epel-release
Step 3. Install phpmyadmin
Use this command to install phpmyadmin package
yum install phpmyadmin
Step 4. Configure phpmyadmin
Before we can use phpmyadmin, we need to configure some other things. Edit the phpmyadmin.conf under /etc/httpd/conf.d/
Now find any lines that say:
Require ip 127.0.0.1 Require ip ::1
And change them to this one. This will enable access from any IP addresses.
Require all granted
So it should looks like this:
<IfModule mod_authz_core.c> # Apache 2.4 <RequireAny> Require all granted </RequireAny> </IfModule>
Now restart Apache web server
systemctl restart httpd
Now we can open PHPMyAdmin via web browser. Type the CentOS Ip address with the following format