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How to install phpMyAdmin on AWS Elastic Beanstalk

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Hi! I've spent 2 days combing through AWS for a way to install phpMyAdmin :)  Can't find a way to do this. At this point I'm considering pulling one of my teeth out for fun :))

I am using Elastic Beanstalk, have PHP and MySQL up and running, and tested access to MySQL in a test PHP app and all is well. I am using Amazon Linux (so Centos-OS). My desktop is Windows 7 Pro.
All I need is a way to get phpMyAdmin installed in order to manage my DB.

Any ideas?
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Dave Baldwin earned 2000 total points
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You must be trying too hard.  phpMyAdmin is just another PHP program.  

Just create a subdirectory for 'phpMyAdmin' and upload the files into it.  It will use your privileges found in the MySQL database to access the MySQL server.  You will probably have to edit 'config.inc.php' to have the right settings.
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Thanks Dave.
OK, got that.
Except I can't get into the directories using SSH .. refer Question " How to successfully connect AWS EC2 with WS_FTP using SFTP/SSH "

All ideas welcome :)
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