How do I install and setup phpMyAdmin on a LAMP Droplet with Virtual Hosts

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I am trying to add phpMyAdmin to a droplet I am trying to follow this tutorial the tutorial is written for Ubuntu 16.04 I run 18.04.

I have currently

Besides the above, I have run this in the terminal

  • sudo apt-get update
  • sudo do-release-upgrade
  • apt-get upgrade
  • apt-get dist-upgrade

I am now trying to install phpMyAdmin from this tutorial

The problem occurs when I run:

sudo phpenmod mcrypt 

It gives me this error: Module mcrypt ini file doesn’t exist under /etc/php/7.2/mods-available

If I run sudo phpenmod mbstringnothing happens.

So I can’t get any further with the tutorial

This person have/had the same problem as me and one guy reply to him and said:

“If you installed it in a different way or have multiple VirtualHosts, then we might need to do a little adjusting to get it running.”

The thing is, this tutorial encouraged me to add VirtualHosts so I did that following this tutorial as I also mentioned above, but now I have no idea on how to proceed and install phpMyAdmin on one of the virtual host’s websites

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Hey friend!

I may be able to help on this. Instead of phpenmod mcrypt can you try this tutorial instead?

I’ve not tested it, but mcrypt isn’t in the repositories as a PHP module, so this looks like the easiest path.