User sk shows us how to get phpMyAdmin set up on FreeBSD 10.2, along with Apache and Nginx. See the link below for the full instructions.
phpMyAdmin is a web-based database administration tool that can be used to manage MySQL or MariaDB via a web browser. Using phpMyAdmin, you can easily manage MySQL or MariaDB databases, users, tables, columns, relations, indexes, and permissions etc. It has intuitive interface to handle databases and support for most MySQL features. phpMyAdmin will support multiple database servers. It will import data from CSV and SQL, and also export data to various formats such as CSV, SQL, XML, PDF, ISO/IEC 26300 – OpenDocument Text and Spreadsheet, Word, Excel, LATEX and others. It is free, open source, and is written using PHP.
In this tutorial, we will see how to install phpMyAdmin with Apache and Nginx in FreeBSD 10.2 server.
Install phpMyAdmin with Apache
To install phpMyAdmin with Apache, make sure you have installed FAMP stack in FreeBSD. For more details, refer the following tutorial.
After installing FAMP stack, run the following command to install phpMyAdmin: …