[How to solve] – phpMyAdmin is not working after installed it on Linux

The most annoying thing when we’re trying something new there are obstacles. I discovered this when I tried to install phpMyAdmin on my Linux.

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Initially, I suspect any corrupted files during the installation process. But after I tried to install it several times it was not in the installation process is wrong. After trying trace of my knowledge. I was trying to track it down with the help of Google. Alhamdulillah, I managed to find a similar problem on this forum. then I tried to resolve this problem by following a few stages at the forum. Here are the steps:

1. Open terminal, then open apache2.conf, here are some of the line should be added. You can use gedit, vi or nano. Here I use vi.

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2. Then add the following line to the end of the file.

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3. Save the configuration file with the key combination Esc + : wq. Then restart apache2 service.

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Okay, now you try to run phpMyAdmin on a web browser, running smoothly is not it? Alhamdulillah, now complete web server with phpMyAdmin as database tools

Source :

http://askubuntu.com/questions/55280/phpmyadmin-is-not-working-after-i-installed-it

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP#Phpmyadmin%20and%20mysql-admin

[How to solve] – Apache Failed Start On Windows

Evening coder..  on this article i’m try share the experience running the apache web server that failed in windows.

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There are actually a variety of ways to solve this solution, One of them with a little added configurations on regedit windows. Here are the steps.

1.Open regedit via run. Enter regedit, and then Enter or Click OK.

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2.Click Yes to continue open regedit.

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3.Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\HTTP.  And then Add a new DWORD (32-bit) value.

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4.Enter name NoRun.

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5. Double click the new property

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In the Value data field type 1 and click OK to save.

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6. Re-boot your computer,  And now try to turn back. You should now find that Apache will start on port 80!

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