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Configuring phpPgAdmin

Configuring phpPgAdmin

Configuring phpPgAdmin

(OP)
I am using redhat 7.3 and would like to use phpPgAdmin.

I am using it as root and one normal user.

Can some someone tell me what I have to change in the configuration file (and anything else).

These are all the things I have done so far

I opened the  /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf file. I uncommented the two lines that allows access for localhost.

Then I went  to the command line as root , type d
1)su postgres
2)psql databasename
3)grant all privileges on tablename to apache

The php -postgresql connection was working, I was able to select and insert into a table that I had created.

RE: Configuring phpPgAdmin

Hi Newbiepg,

Download phpPgAdmin and install it in your web directory tree.  If your using RedHat 7.3, you might place all the phpPgAdmin files a directory like:

/var/www/html/phpPgAdmin

You must edit the config.inc.php file.  Below is how I have mine setup.  You will want to enter the info into
config.inc.php based on how you have Postgres setup.

$cfgServers[1]{'local']      = false'
$cfgServers[1]['host']       = 'localhost';
$cfgServers[1]['post']       = '5432';
$cfgServers[1][adv_auth']    = true;

$cfgServers[1]['user']       ='postgres'
$cfgServers[1]['password']   ='PG_PassWd'
$cfgServer[1]['only_db']     = '

Then point your browser to:

http://localhost/phpPgAdmin/index.php

or, you could provide a link to index.php within
your html web pages.

That about all their is to it, given that you apache web
server is set up to run php.  In 7.3 I think it is.

Leland F. Jackson, CPA
Software - Master (TM)
https://www.smvfp.com
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