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Discussion in 'Install & Upgrades or Pre-Install Questions' started by Matt Williams, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. Matt Williams

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    Does phpmyadmin work with php 7 RC2 yet? I installed php 7 RC2 but going to my phpmyadmin, it just shows a blank screen...
     
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    I am using PHP7 from beta release up until now RC4, and latest phpmyadmin works fine.
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    damn - what am I doing wrong then :eek:
     
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    Re-install phpmyadmin? restart PHP?
     
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    yeah probably worth trying as they will update phpmyadmin too
     
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    ok - going to try this again lol - thank you guys! Will update in a moment :wtf:
     
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    uninstalled phpmyadmin, re-installed php 7 RC2 then reinstalled phpmyadmin and now it's saying
    when going to the created phpmyadmin
     
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    Why stick to RC2? When RC4 is already there?
     
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    is it? lol! I didn't know RC4 was out
     
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    Thank You! Been scatter brained all day long! :cigar:
     
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    Ronald
    Ronald - Maybe you can help me or Eva but I've installed the latest CM beta and installed php7 RC3 - everything works fine except phpmyadmin. I get this error:

     
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    I'm so sorry I'm not using the phpmyadmin addon.
    I'm also using PHP 7.0 RC4.

    I'm just installing phpmyadmin simple way :|.
     
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    I couldn't get RC4 to work due to the missing PID file so I backed down to RC3 which works fine.
    What is your simple way of installing phpmyadmin?
     
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    Code:
    rm -rf /usr/local/nginx/html/randomonlyxxx_phpmyadmin/
    wget -q -O /usr/local/nginx/html/phpmyadmin.zip https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/archive/STABLE.zip
    cd /usr/local/nginx/html
    unzip -o phpmyadmin.zip
    rm -rf phpmyadmin.zip
    mv phpmyadmin-STABLE randomonlyxxx_phpmyadmin
    cd randomonlyxxx_phpmyadmin
    mv config.sample.inc.php config.inc.php
    BLOWFISH=$(openssl rand 30 -base64)
    sed -i "s|\['blowfish_secret'\] = ''|\['blowfish_secret'\] = '${BLOWFISH}'|g" config.inc.php
    Just replaced "randomonlyxxx_phpmyadmin" with any random directory name you want.
     
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    Thank you Ronald! However, still gives me the same error message
     
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    What 3rd party modules do you compile with PHP?
    Mine I only got memcached.
     
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    Opcache - maybe I should try and not compile with this?
     
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    Opcache is fine.