I am struggling accessing phpmyadmin. I have installed the package as well as created a symlink in /var/www but I get an error each time I go to http://ip-address/phpmyadmin. Any tips or tricks I could use?
I’m not that expert, but the tips I could think to are:
- have you already PHP and MySQL installed? (would be better from Debian repos)
- which IP you used? I’d suggest to use localhost/127.0.0.1
- check your firewall settings to allow traffic on TCP 80 (standard websites (HTTP) port)
- check that phpmyadmin is symlinked in the correct folder; if you symlinked to /var/www shouldn’t it be in the main webroot?
yeah, Apache doesn’t use port 80 on the BBB. Instead I tink it uses 8080, or perhaps 3000. So . .
That is, I mean to say, the default demo images are set up to have Node.js use port 80 ( for bonescript I presume ).
I looks like port 8080 did it! Is there a config file to change the port?
bonescript.socket requests port 80 from systemd:
so we had to move apache to 8080
so if you disable bonescript.socket you can move apache back.