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installing phpmyadmin for remote db host

I am having trouble trying to install phpmyadmin. We are using AWS services for our servers. Our mysql db is located in an RDS instance. Now I am trying to install phpmyadmin on an EC2 instance. I ...
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PhpMyAdmin do not update correctly (AWS - EC2)

I have tried to install and/or updated phpMyAdmin three times under a Linux Amazon AMI image with Apache server in Amazon EC2, and I don't get to have the last version installed. This is what I have ...
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I can't access phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu after successful installation

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' ...
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Add alternate user to PHPMyAdmin

I have installed PHPMyAdmin on my EC2 instance, and I just wanted to know how I could add a separate user with the same privileges as the root user to the program. I am running a LAMP stack with ...
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How to set up a VirtualHost on Amazon EC2 for phpmyadmin

Hi I'm currently working on setting up a VirtualHost on Amazon EC2 for accessing phpmyadmin so it won't be widly available as it's default example.com/phpmyadmin. So far I've created a file ...
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disable/delete phpmyadmin aws ec2 lamp

i am pretty new to dedicated hosting and aws cloud. i was able to setup my instance with a lamp stack and installed phpmyadmin, moved it away from the 'www' directory and gave it an alias in my ...
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Problem install phpmyadmin on amazon ec2?

I googled on how to install phpmyadmin on ec2, and i got this syntax: sudo yum install phpmyadmin But i keep getting this: Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, priorities, security Loading mirror speeds ...
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Suspicious activity in access logs - someone trying to find phpmyadmin dir - should I worry?

I was looking over the access logs for a server that we are running on Amazon Web Services. I noticed that someone was obviously trying to find the phpmyadmin directory - they (or a bot) were trying ...