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Sql and phpmyadmin in linux?

Is there a way to get sql and phpmyadmim on linux for front & back end development?

29th Mar 2019, 6:34 AM
Palaga - avatar
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https://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/setup.html#quick-install Prerequisite for using phpMyAdmin is that a web server with PHP is installed and running on the same system. The installation script automatically takes care of the integration into the web server, you just have to select the appropriate one (usually Apache). Later you will be asked if you want to set up the MySQL database with dbconfig-common. Choose "yes" here. Now you are asked for the MySQL password that was entered during the installation of MySQL. If no password was entered during the installation of MySQL, this field must be left empty. Then enter the login password for phpMyAdmin. After these steps, phpMyAdmin can be used with any Internet browser: http: // IP_ODER_SERVER-NAME / phpmyadminoder http: // localhost / phpmyadmin (the latter only when installing on your own computer) be achieved. Username and password are those of the MySQL server. (So, for example, root and password)
29th Mar 2019, 7:18 AM
SouthPoleHillbilly - avatar
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You can install LAMP from your Terminal for dynamic website development. Which is the combination of Linux, Apache server, MySQL, PHP Note: SQL and phpmyadmin comes under back-end of your application
30th Mar 2019, 2:55 PM
sbkrish - avatar