How to Fix URL Not Found After Installation of phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 20.04

In such cases, after installing phpMyAdmin locally in Ubuntu 20.04, users receive a 404 error when accessing the phpMyAdmin web page, specifically the one accessible via localhost/phpmyadmin. Essentially, this occurs as a result of incorrect Apache configuration. In addition, you must have MySQL installed as a prerequisite. This article will go over how to resolve this problem and continue your progress with phpMyAdmin.

Fix phpMyAdmin URL Not Found

Open terminal in your Ubuntu and type the following command to access the Apache configuration file

sudo -H gedit /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

After typing the said command, type the following command to setup the configuration file of Apache to include and recognize phpMyAdmin

Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

Then restart the Apache service by typing this command

/etc/init.d/apache2 restart

And there You go, Your phpMyAdmin can now be accessed through localhost/phpmyadmin


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