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Make a LAMP

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP.  After installed everything required by phpMyAdmin, I just did the configuration step by step.

According to a tutorial of phpMyAdmin, you can access your MySQL account with phpMyAdmin using the link like this:

http://www.my-domain.com/phpmyadmin/

In my case, the link is:

http://dwangit566.dyndns.org/phpmyadmin/

Open the address in a web browser, then log into the interface of phpMyAdmin.

The username and password have been set up when you configure MySQL server. You were asked to set up a new passwaord for the MySQL “root” user. Therefore, the username is “root”.

All right, it’s done. Here is the screenshot:

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