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Many web developers like me need this software.

I know I can compile it myself but the theme is that you have to compile it. If a dependency is missing, also compile it.

It is a long and incessant process for people who only need to use it.

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We already have apache. It's just called by its proper name of "httpd".

As for phpmyadmin, that's a little useless without mysql or mariadb at the moment.

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DeletedAccount12345 renamed this task from phpmyadmin and apache to phpmyadmin, mysql and apache - LAMP stack.Nov 27 2016, 6:38 PM

No. We will be landing MariaDB instead of MySQL.

JoshStrobl renamed this task from phpmyadmin, mysql and apache - LAMP stack to phpmyadmin.Nov 27 2016, 9:35 PM
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fbg13 added a subscriber: fbg13.Feb 22 2018, 9:19 PM

I don't think this needs to be packaged.

It can be installed like any other php cms.
Download the zip file and unzip it in your document root, create a config.inc.php in phpmyadmin's root folder and edit it to fit your needs.
The config.inc.php can be created manually or using a setup script.

In T1775#106335, @fbg13 wrote:

I don't think this needs to be packaged.

It can be installed like any other php cms.
Download the zip file and unzip it in your document root, create a config.inc.php in phpmyadmin's root folder and edit it to fit your needs.
The config.inc.php can be created manually or using a setup script.

I second that. It is easy to install and run PhpMyAdmin by oneself and thus there would be little benefit if at all including it as a system package in Solus.

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