How to Install Latest phpMyAdmin for openSUSE 32-64bit Linux Easy Guide

December 11, 2014 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Quick-Start with phpMyAdmin on openSUSE Linux

You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install and Getting-Started with the Latest Phpmyadmin 4.x on openSUSE 11.x/12.x/13.x/42.x-Leap/15.x-Leap and Factory i686/x8664 Linux Desktop.

phpMyAdmin is a Free Software Tool written in PHP that supports a wide range of operations on MySQL, MariaDB and Drizzle.

phpMyAdmin is able of Managing Databases, Tables, Columns, Relations, Indexes, Users Permissions and Executing Any SQL via the User GUI.

PhpMyAdmin Getting-Started on openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Featured
  1. Open a Command Line Console Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Featured
  2. Download Latest Phpmyadmin 4.x for Linux:

    Phpmyadmin 4.x tar.gz Linux
  3. Double-Click on Archive Extract into /tmp

    phpMyAdmin Quick Start on openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Archive Extraction

    Or from Command Line:

    tar xvzf $HOME/Downloads/phpMyAdmin*.tar.gz -C /tmp/
  4. Relocate Phpmyadmin Folder

    sudo su

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo

    chown -R www-data:www-data /tmp/phpMyAdmin*

    If the PHP User is different then adapt the above Command Consequently…

    mv /tmp/phpMyAdmin* /[path/2/webserver]/phpmyadmin
  5. Create a “config” Directory

    cd /[path/2/webserver]/phpmyadmin/setup
    mkdir config
    chown www-data:www-data config
    chmod o+rw config
  6. Make a Config Script or Run Phpmyadmin Setup.

    mv & exit

    Then Run Phpmyadmin Setup
    Point Your Browser to:


    (If You have an Hosted Domain Substitute the Server IP to localhost.)
    Add a New Server:
    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Add New Server
    Set at Least the Authentication Password and if Possible also the SSL Support!
    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Setting Up the Authentication Password
    Apply the MySQL Server Configuration!
    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Configured MySQL Server

  7. Login into Phpmyadmin Backend to Admin MySQL Databases.

    Point Your Browser to:


    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - Login
    Then You are Able to Manage Create/Edit/Delete the MySQL Databases on openSUSE Linux System :)

    Phpmyadmin Quick Start openSUSE 12.x/13.x/42.x/Factory - PhpMyAdmin MySQL Manager Backend

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