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link phpMyadmin to all my domains in Apache

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I want to have apache setup so that each of my domais added to the server via apache all have access to phpmyadmin/

http://domain.com/phpadmin/

How can I acomplish this through the apach httpd.conf file?
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The Alias directory can be defined outside any <VirtualHost>.
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s/directory/directive - sorry!
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Pieter Jordaan earned 2000 total points
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Hi

You can add the Alias to your main apache2.conf or httpd.conf file to include it for all virtual hosts.

Alias /phpmyadmin /var/www/phpMyAdmin

Then restart apache to apply the new configuration.
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