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chive or phpmyadmin

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by vashrf, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. vashrf

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    hi,

    I was wondering if chive could be an option instead of phpmyadmin.

    thanks
     
  2. vashrf

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    chive - and/instead of - phpmyadmin

    hi,

    is there a way to switch out phpmyadmin for chive? or have chive as an option to phpmyadmin. I know I can do a separate install, but I wanted chive to be as accessible as phpmyadmin is for all of WHM and the cpanel accounts.

    Thanks
     
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    Sure I think it could be setup on your account. Be sure to password protect the directory you set it up in though, just to be safe.

    I have merged your two threads into one.
     
  4. vashrf

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    I meant, is it possible to install chive as a 3rd party plugin in cpanel?
     
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