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I have ready LAMP environment on my Amazon EC2 micro instance (Ubuntu).

I have installed phpMyAdmin distribution of Ubuntu, selected Apache 2 as the server, then selected 'yes' for 'db-common-config' option. After it's completed, I'm suppose to access it via http://server/phpmyadmin, right? But I can't access it.

Is there any way to verify whether it's been installed properly and is running properly? Or do I have to do anything further?

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ok, got it. I didn't add the "Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf" line on apache2 config file. Actually the tutorial I followed, didn't mentioned about that, :p . Never mind.

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Thanks @Rana. That helped. I had to do a restart as well – Rajesh May 18 '13 at 18:18

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