Re: [alpine-user] LAMP setup
On 2019-03-04 12:32:47, PICCORO McKAY Lenz wrote:
I just tried it on my local alpine edge machine. It works.
> /etc/apache2/conf.d/ are deprecated!
At least the alpine default configuration includes it...
> also there's no need to change ownershiop of the conf file..
Changing the group would be sufficient, but /etc/phpmyadmin is not readable by
others, because it may contain server credentials. So I guess it would be better
to change the postinstall hint to:
$ chgrp -R apache /etc/phpmyadmin
$ chmod -R g+w /etc/phpmyadmin
> system must own the changes and users only must "use" ... the "apache" user
> must not have access to system files, that are a security misctake inherits
> from "muti-vendor" sites how to..
> 2019-03-04 4:08 GMT-04:30, Marco Dickert <marco_at_misterunknown.de>:
> > On 2019-03-02 21:14:25, PICCORO McKAY Lenz wrote:
> >> ummm sorry but there-s too much differences beetween winbutu to alpine
> >> if you apt instal apache phpmyadmin
> >> in winbutnu quickly you have inmmediatelly at localhost/phpmyadmin the
> >> result
> >> in apine not all are like that!
> > Well, I understand your point, but you choose a very bad example to argue:
> > $ apk add apache2 php7-apache2 phpmyadmin
> > [...]
> > * If you use apache2:
> > * 1) Change the ownership of the config directory:
> > * chown -R apache:apache /etc/phpmyadmin
> > * 2) See if you need to modify the apache2 config:
> > * /etc/apache2/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf
> > * 3) Restart apache2 when done.
> > *
> > OK: 524 MiB in 321 packages
> > $ chown -R apache:apache /etc/phpmyadmin
> > $ /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
> > This works instantly^^
> > Cheers,
> > Marco
> > --
> > Marco Dickert
> > marco_at_misterunknown.de
> > https://misterunknown.de
> Lenz McKAY Gerardo (PICCORO)
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