When it comes to database management for MySQL, phpMyAdmin is probably one of the most used softwares or tools. In this guide, we will be learning how to install phpMyAdmin.
To install the latest version of phpMyAdmin, run these commands in order:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin php-mbstring php-gettext – Select “apache2” by highlighting the item and pressing the Space button, then press Tab and hit the Space button again to continue.
You may select yes or no when it asks you if you want to configure with dbconfig-common. dbconfig-common is simplified database configuration tool so instead of editing the config files manually, there is a GUI interface. Press Space to select your option.
Then you want to run the following commands in order:
sudo phpenmod mcrypt
sudo phpenmod mbstring
sudo service apache2 restart