This puts the phpMyAdmin install in
Add a new configuration file called
and include it into the standard
/etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf by appended :
Finally, since the phpMyAdmin install expects Apache to be used as the web server, all of the session folders are permissioned for Apache. If one ‘chown’s them, then ‘yum update’s will potentially break things in the future. A more sensible solution is to add lighttpd to the apache group :
/etc/init.d/lighttpd restart, and then the phpMyAdmin webpage (with two frames) should be at :
Obviously, update ‘example.com’ for your own hostname.