Howto: Installing phpMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS 6.x | 32-Bit | x86_64 | Linux | Red Hat Enterprise Linux


This post will show you how to Install PHPMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS 6.x and 32/64 architecture.

In Howto, i have included on more topics which helps you to install dependencies with phpMyAdmin.

In Most of the HowTos I have seen that so many peoples using unofficial repositories and It is not advisable, In This How to i have used EPEL repository which is managed by Fedora and Most Trusted against other repositories, Dependencies issues too.

To make this installation more easy I have created own RPM and Provided link here so it will helps you all to Install phpMyAdmin more easily.

I have performed this how to on BLANK RHEL/CentOS installation, It may conflict if you have other repository present or you have installed php using some other repository so kindly take a note of this.

In This Howto We need to Configure Two External YUM Repositories.

1) Tejas Barot’s Repository

2) EPEL Repository

=> Please Perform Following Steps to install phpMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS 6.x

1. You need to be root to Install RPM.

[tejas-barot@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]$ su – root

2. Configure Tejas Barot’s Repository RPM for YUM for RHEL/CentOS 6.x

## To Download Use Following Command

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# wget

## To Install Use Following Command

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -ivh phpmyadmin-install-tejas-barot-2.0-2.noarch.rpm

2. Configure EPEL Repository RPM for YUM for RHEL/CentOS 6.x

## To Download Use Following Command

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# wget

## To Install Use Following Command

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -ivh epel-release-6-7.noarch.rpm

3. Now Final Step to Install phpMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS 6.x

Execute Following Command to Install phpMyAdmin

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# yum install  phpmyadmin --nogpgcheck

4. That’s it Now Restart Following Services and you will able to access phpMyAdmin :-

[root@tejas-barot-linux-ahmedabad ~]# /etc/init.d/httpd restart

5. To Access phpMyAdmin, Type Following URL to your Favourite Browser :-


Hope this will helps you all. Please Comment any Issue/Feedback.

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Howto:Installing TataPhoton+ on RHEL 6 | Linux


I am sharing a howto cum good news for All Linux Users who specially use RHEL from Long time.

As in my earlier post for RHEL 6 Views i have mentioned that RHEL 6 is looks like a Fedora 14 from Graphical Point of View, but 1 positive thing which i like about RHEL 6 is that It is detecting most of the things automatically like fedora 14.

Today I am sharing how to to configure TataPhoton+ on RHEL 6 ( Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6).

If you are some what experienced then you will know it very easily but this how to is specially them who just started with RHEL 6 only and wanted to configure Data Card Photon+ on RHEL 6.

To Configure TataPhoton+ on RHEL6, You don’t require any RPM Sort of things but to Perform this howto following requirement must match.

Requirements :-

1) Network Manager must be installed.

2) You Network Must be managed by NetworkManager

To Configure and Running DataCard ( Photon+) On RHEL 6, please perform following steps.

1) Attach Tata Photon+ and Wait for 2 Mins mean while you can check that into for detecting process (/var/log/messages)
2) You will get a New Connection Called “New Mobile Broad Connection” click on that.
3) Click “Forward”
4) In Country Selection Select “India”, Click on Forward
5) Then Select “Tata Photon+”
6) Click on Finish
7) Now Left Click on NetworkManager there you will able to See connection name called “TATA Photon Mobile Broadband” click on that Connection.
8) That’s it, Now you are connected with TataPhon+  on RHEL 6.

Let me have some feedback on the same.

Enjoy Internet on Linux through DataCard Photon+ 🙂 Enjoy Linux 🙂 Enjoy Open Source 🙂 Enjoy Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 🙂