- Mar 20, 2008
A standalone version of phpMyAdmin is installed the same way you would install any other script on an account. It's not something that cPanel would support, but it's usage should be fairly straightforward. It should not interfere with the phpMyAdmin provided by cPanel. You may want to password protect it (the directory it's installed in).Okay, I will consider installing a standalone instance of phpMyAdmin.
Before going down that path, are you aware of any co-existence issues with running both standalone and WHM/cPanel instances of phpMyAdmin ? Do cPanel have anything documented in relation to possible issues and workarounds ?
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