phpMyAdmin on ubuntu 14.04

Phpmyadmin is a free web tool used to administrative MySQL database. You can perform all major tasks like creating , deleting  and modifying databases. you can also repair and optimize tables with a single click .

Install phpmyadmin on ubuntu 14.04 :

Before proceeding with phpmyadmin installation, you must have webserver configured in your machine .Here we choose LAMP ( Apache, Mysql and PHP ) stack for webserver . Please follow the links to configure LAMP server . LAMP Installation 

After configuring LAMP server, you can continue with below steps to install and configure phpmyadmin.
Step 1 : Update repositories using the below command
root@hackthesec:~$ sudo apt-get update
Step 2 : Issue the below command to install phpmyadmin .
root@hackthesec:~$ sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin
Step 3 : During the installation, You will prompted to choose the type of web server . just choose “apache2”.

Step 4 : Now you will be prompted for mysql database configuration, just choose “No” as we already configured mysql server manually and hit enter to complete the installation.

Step 5 : That’s it, now open the path “http://localhost/phpmyadmin” in the browser , you will prompted for username and password . just type Mysql root username and password given during the Mysql installation. Now after successfull login , you can see the screen like below .

If you are getting “Page not found” issue .Include the below line in/etc/apache2/apache2.conf file.
Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf
and restart apache2 service
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
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