If localhost/PhpMyAdmin is 404

Posted January 12, 2012 in Miscellaneous


Then most likely you’ve been sloppyily setting up configurations – this was my case at least :/.

First make sure phpmyadmin is installed, then include its configuration file (httpd-phpmyadmin.conf) in your apache’s httpd.conf. On a Mac, httpd-conf will probably be in /opt/local/apache2/conf, and httpd-phpmyadmin.conf in conf/extra. If that’s the case for you, add this to httpd.conf:

    # Local access to phpmyadmin installation
    Include conf/extra/httpd-phpmyadmin.conf

This probably won’t be an issue if you use something ready-to-go like MAMP or Zend for your LAMP stack, but if you use MacPorts or Homebrew, something like this might come up.

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