Install and Configure phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu LAMP

PhpMyAdmin is a nice database management and administration tool, it is easy to install it, but some people are having problems making it work under apache, that’s because it needs configuration. I presume you already have LAMP installed and configured on your machine, if not, please read this post – Install and Configure LAMP on Ubuntu first.

Just in case you haven’t installed phpMyAdmin yet, type the following line in the Terminal:
apt-get install phpmyadmin

To set up under Apache all you need to do is include the following line in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf, first type the following command to open up this file:
gksudo gedit /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

Add the following line of code inside apache2.conf:
Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

Now restart Apache:
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Point your browser to: http://domain/phpmyadmin, you should be able to see the phpMyAdmin landing page now!

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91 Responses to Install and Configure phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu LAMP

  1. frank says:

    thanks for the help it was vry helpfull

  2. si2ed says:

    thanks dude, great job.

  3. tiago says:

    works like a charm

  4. Digo says:

    Hi, while i tried to login it is dhowing this error,
    Login without a password is forbidden by configuration (see AllowNoPassword)

  5. Bob says:

    Thanks. Works for me.

  6. siva says:

    Many Thanks. It saved my time. Works fine.

  7. Jaider says:

    Genial, Gracias me funcionó de maravillas. Dios te siga bendiciendo en conocimientos, porque asi podés ayudar a muchos.

  8. Kay says:

    Thanks a lot mate :D

  9. Thongam says:

    wow!! it really help me
    Thank you brother

  10. bala says:

    Thanks dude.. my eight hour search ends now ;-)

  11. maximkott says:

    Thank you very much, you helped me out dude!

  12. Hardi says:

    Thanks

  13. Aswanth says:

    Dat was really helpful. Thnkd dude….

  14. Surinder says:

    Great.. one line added to conf put me out of my misery. Thanks for the help.

  15. nullpointer says:

    Thanks.

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  17. Fritz says:

    Works like a charm!
    thank you :-)

  18. Adam Shuy says:

    I solved the http://127.0.0.1/phpmyadmin not found by your post on my ubuntu 11.0.4 virtualbox on my Window 7.

    Then it asked me to input username and password to proceed.
    I tried many username and password but failed.

    How can I solve the above problem?

  19. Adam Shuy says:

    I was able to access to the phpmyadmin/index.pp page. thanks!!

  20. Grace says:

    Worked for me! Thank!

  21. BrnTsw says:

    Thank you very much!

  22. Milky says:

    I did what the article said, and got it working in notime, even without touching apache conf, as the installer asks for the change.
    Thanks!

  23. Rob says:

    Didn’t work

  24. Abdul says:

    At lat worked..Thanks for info

  25. el alami mohamed says:

    it works really thank u

  26. adam torro says:

    Thank you! That did work after installing LAMP.

  27. Works like a charm.. Thanks a lot :)

  28. david says:

    Thanks, a big help.

  29. rio says:

    after do that
    /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
    =>
    The Alias directive in /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf at line 3 will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias.

  30. Lil says:

    Thanks man! This did help me

  31. Roshan says:

    Thanks This is working

  32. Khanh says:

    Thank so much! This page is very helpful with me

  33. Mikka says:

    It worked, thank you! :)

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  35. I had the following error message
    The requested URL /phpmyadmin was not found on this server.
    plz suggest me a solution.
    OS: Ubuntu 10.04

  36. Mark says:

    Restart can be also done without sudo.

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