How to Install MyWebSQL on Centos?

Posted on June 20th, 2018

How to Install MyWebSQL on Centos?

MyWebSQL is a web-based Database client written in PHP. It has a simple and intuitive interface with the look and feel of a desktop application. It offers rich features for database management. MyWebSQL has a very fast and charming web interface also it is a good alternative for PhpMyAdmin. The setup of MyWebSQL is very easy, there is no installation is needed, unzip the archive and move it the document root is only needed. Let’s have a look into the setup of MyWebSQL.

1) Login to the server via SSH as root.

# ssh root@IP

2) Always it is a good practice to follow before any new installations make sure that the currently installed packages are up to date.

# yum update -y

3) Download the new stable version of MyWebSQL from their official site.


4) Create a directory in the document root of apache in the name of MyWebSQL.

# mkdir /var/www/html/mywebsql

5)  Move the downloaded archive and unzip it.

#  mv   /var/www/html/

# unzip

After unzipping the archive, MyWebSQL is automatically configured to use the best options for all the parameters.

6) After the above procedures, open your favorite web browser and navigate to http://yourIPaddress/install.php

By accessing this link will help you if any additional dependencies are needed to run MyWebSQL.

7) If everything is fine on your server to run MyWebSQL, navigate into the link: http://yourserverIPaddress/mywebsql. Enter the user ID as root and use the mysql root password to login.

8) After clicking the login icon it will direct you to MyWebSQL page, where you can manage your databases.

Hence we have successfully installed MyWebSQL on your Centos server.


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