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Blank page after PHPMyAdmin Installation (Ubuntu, Nginx, HHVM, MariaDB)

  • Posted January 14, 2015

Hello,

I have started a new droplet with Ubuntu 14.04, installed Nginx, installed MariaDB, installed HHVM. All confirmed to work at this point.

Then I installed PHPMyAdmin, did the symbolic link and was able to login with root and password. But the next page is blank.

I have no errors in my Nginx log. What did I do wrong?

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what version of mariaDB are you using?


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I had the same issue. I checked the HHVM logs and it was complaining about a missing port number. Adding $cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] = '3306'; to my config.inc.php fixed the problem. You may have to change the port number to the number you are using for your MySql server.

I had the same issue. I checked the HHVM logs and it was complaining about a missing port number. Adding $cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] = '3306'; to my config.inc.php fixed the problem. You may have to change the port number to the number you are using for your MySql server.

I had the same issue. I checked the HHVM logs and it was complaining about a missing port number. Adding $cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] = '3306'; to my config.inc.php fixed the problem. You may have to change the port number to the number you are using for your MySql server.

There are some issues with HHVM and Mysqli (the PHP lib used by PHPMyAdmin to connect to MySql). I’ve seen some varying reports of people getting this to work. Support might potentially be better in the nightly builds.

not working on my new server, displaying error 500

I tried this issue with no resolution. any ideas why I still face this problem?

That would explain alot… :) Thanks for the details!