I have a DigitalOcean WordPress droplet (https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/wordpress), and I need to install phpmyadmin. Following these instructions: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-and-secure-phpmyadmin-on-ubuntu-20-04, when I login into the phpmyadmin after the installation, I noticed that the version is 4.9.5 and while viewing the WordPress database (for example) I get the “Some errors have been detected on the server” message.
And this is what I see:
Deprecation Notice in ./libraries/classes/Di/ReflectorItem.php#82 Method ReflectionParameter::getClass() is deprecated
./libraries/classes/Di/ReflectorItem.php#50: PhpMyAdmin\Di\ReflectorItem->_resolveArgs( array, array, ) ./libraries/classes/Di/FactoryItem.php#27: PhpMyAdmin\Di\ReflectorItem->invoke(array) ./libraries/classes/Di/Container.php#62: PhpMyAdmin\Di\FactoryItem->get(array) ./libraries/classes/Di/AliasItem.php#44: PhpMyAdmin\Di\Container->get( string ‘PhpMyAdmin\Controllers\Database\DatabaseStructureController’, array, ) ./libraries/classes/Di/Container.php#62: PhpMyAdmin\Di\AliasItem->get(array) ./db_structure.php#35: PhpMyAdmin\Di\Container->get( string ‘DatabaseStructureController’, array, )
searching online, I found out that the installation didn’t add the latest available version of phpmyadmin, and some people suggested upgrading the version of phpmyadmin to something greater than version 5.
So my question is how do I fix these errors? Does upgrading to a newer version will fix the problem? What’s the best approach to fix this problem?
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