It took me forever to install phpmyadmin and all the requirements for it run since I don't really know how to do these kind of stuff. So anyway, I finally got it to work but realized a very old version was installed. Does anyone know easy steps to upgrade to PMA 4.0.6 using Putty.exe? If not then how to remove the old one and reinstall the new one. Because this old version takes forever to edit tables.
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The easiest way would be to enable
and then to install the PMA package (current version in repo is 4.0.6)
What HTTP server do you have installed on that machine? With Apache you don’t need to setup any
Now, how to remote the old version? Do you install it as RPM package? Then try
If you installed it by hand, where is it installed? To uninstall it simply means to remove its directory. How do you access it? Are there any aliases to map e.g.