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

Posted March 3, 2018 1.2k views
Configuration ManagementUbuntu 16.04

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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Hi @chonkarimbi,

I assume you have created a LAMP stack droplet from the marketplace. you can fetch MySQL root user name and password from /root/.digitalocean_password

For more information check the below link :

For guidance to setup PHPmyadmin :

I hope this helps!


by Brennen Bearnes
While many users require access to a database management system like MySQL, not all users feel comfortable interacting with the MySQL prompt on a daily basis. In this guide, we'll discuss how to install and secure phpMyAdmin, a web management interface for MySQL, on an Ubuntu 16.04 server.