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installing phpmyadmin on debian

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Hi, I loaded phpmyadmin with apt-get command.  Apache comes up but the http://server/phpmyadmin site says 404 not found from the browser.  Does anyone know how to fix this?

I am using debian linux.
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phpmyadmin is a website.  you need to configure its access to the local mysql server or configure it to access a remote mysql.
you may need to configure http.conf to point /phpmyadmin to the location where phpmyadmin was installed.
config.inc.php there is a sample that includes an example.
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