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[AlmaLinux 8] How to install PhpMyAdmin on AlmaLinux 8


phpMyAdmin is a free and open-source tool designed to administer MySQL database management systems using a web interface. It provides a graphical user interface to perform various database management-related tasks.

In this guide, we will show how to install phpMyAdmin onAlmaLinux 8.


Installation guide

1. Install EPEL

Install EPEL release by running this command:

dnf install

2. Install REMI repositories.

To install REMI, run this command:

dnf install

3. Install fedora-autoloader package

Next, install fedora-autoloader package:

dnf install

4. Install phpMyAdmin

Now you can install phpMyAdmin by running the following:

dnf --enablerepo=remi install phpMyAdmin

5. Restart Apache Web Server

To enable new configurations, restart the Apache:

systemctl restart httpd

6. Modify configurations file

By default access to phpMyAdmin only from the local IP is enabled. However, you can edit the configuration file and enable access from the specific IP.

To do so, open the configuration file:

vi /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf

Find these lines:

Then add the following lines:

Require ip your_workstation_ip

It should look like here (write your IP instead of "your_workstation_ip"):

Then save the file and exit (pres "Esc", then type :wq and click "Enter").

After you modified the configuration file, make sure to restart the Apache:

systemctl restart httpd

7. Access phpMyAdmin

To open phpMyAdmin, open your web browser and enter the URL in the following format:


So you need to simply enter your server IP and /phpmyadmin.

After you enter this, you should see the phpMyAdmin login page on which you can enter MySQL user credentials:

That's all. Now you can manage databases via phpMyAdmin:

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