[Guide] Install phpMyAdmin for Cloudways Application Database

dailydose

#28

What??? :open_mouth: I don’t think so.
Keep continuing @GulshanKumar , we need more knowledge.


#29

here how to find Application name?? i can’t understood, can someone plz help me.


#30

In cPanel case, I mean you should install phpmyadmin at website public_html directory

In LEMP case, /var/www/html can be public directory for a domain, at this location you need to install phpMyAdmin.


#31

this na sir?
cd applications/var/www/html
?


#32

not working Sir 2nd command line


#33

No. I mean

cd /var/www/html


#34

See here Sir, After entering 2nd line command


#35

Sorry, I just noticed your screenshot. You need to install first unzip.

Please enter below command and try again, it should work now.

apt install unzip
wget https://files.phpmyadmin.net/phpMyAdmin/4.8.2/phpMyAdmin-4.8.2-all-languages.zip && unzip phpMyAdmin-4.8.2-all-languages.zip && rm phpMyAdmin-4.8.2-all-languages.zip && mv phpMyAdmin-4.8.2-all-languages phpmyadmin

#36

symbolic link problem, sir


#37

Enter below command

rm -rf phpMy*

and try again


#38

Still not working


#39

Can you connect remotely via Anydesk? https://anydesk.com/download

I can help.

Message me your ID.


#41

Connected now. Please accept.


#42

Hello,

We have successfully Installed, now you can access your phpMyAdmin at example.com/phpmyadmin/ path using MySQL username & password.

Thanks & Regards,
Gulshan


#43

Yaaa Logged in. Dil se thanks Sir


#44

You’re welcome dear!


#45

Sir is their any tutorial to install FTP on Ubuntu


#46

The login credential which you use for using SSH, you can use same for the Filezilla over port 22 (SFTP), it should work fine.


#47

Working Sir,


#48

Good to know.