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phpMyAdmin for all users

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Thomson-Thomson, Jul 24, 2017.

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  1. Thomson-Thomson

    Thomson-Thomson Registered

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    Hi,

    How to install (whm) phpmyadmin for all cpanel users
     
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    Hello,

    phpMyAdmin is installed by default with cPanel. You can access it using the "phpMyAdmin" link under the "Databases" section in the cPanel interface.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,

    There's no support for accessing phpMyAdmin without first logging into cPanel. You would have to manually install the phpMyAdmin software if you needed it accessible directly from a domain name. You can find installation instructions on their documentation website at:

    Welcome to phpMyAdmin’s documentation! — phpMyAdmin 4.8.0-dev documentation

    Keep in mind manual installation of phpMyAdmin are unsupported.

    Thank you.
     
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    I realize this thread is almost a year old now however I have need for this exact functionality. Have by chance circumstances changed making direct log in to phpMyAdmin possible, or perhaps is theer even a possibility of writing some sort of script to accomplish this?
     
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    the same applies
    Phpmyadmin is just a script it can be installed just like any other php script
     
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    Accurate information however it does not answer the question asked.
     
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    Hello @PCZero,

    There's been no change to the existing behavior. Accessing cPanel first is still required before accessing phpMyAdmin unless you were to manually install phpMyAdmin on an account as an independent PHP application.

    Thank you.
     
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