How can I add a database management (Phpmyadmin) tool for MySQL unto LAMP stack droplet?

I just created a LAMP stack and now I will like to add phpmyadmin to it, is it possile? I tried logging into the console of the droplet just to find out I need some login credentials: username and password which I don’t have, I created the droplet with putty so I have no idea of any loggin in credentials.

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September 12, 2023

Hi there,

What I would usually suggest is installing PHPmyAdmin manually rather than using a package manager like apt. That way you can get the latest version which contains all of the latest security patches and features. And also you have full control over the installation.

You can follow the steps on how to install PHPmyAdmin manually here:

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