fern at October 7th, 2011 07:43 — #1
Hello, it’s been a week since I try to connect to back-end joomla without succes (i-2ca3aa5a).
The front end appears without any problem, but after entering the the user and the password a have error 505 for accessing the back-end.
I tried to connect to the phpmyadmin but there is no way to even see the login page, and that is my real urgent problem). I follow all the tutorials (as http://wiki.bitnami.com/Components/BitNami_console) and other solutions found on your forum or google, but this nothing works.
I enable the SSH, the I open the MySQL and SSH and HTTP/HTTPS port in the Security Groups.
- I tried to create SSH tunnel
- I tried to remote to all
Allow from 127.0.0.1 <— Replace this with: “Allow from all”
But the /opt/bitnami/phpmyadmin/conf/phpmyadmin.conf is read-only and I don’t have permission to write/ edit.
I tried to do a chown, to w ! the file, to sudo copy to onother file : nothing works, I can see the file /opt/bitnami/phpmyadmin/conf/phpmyadmin.conf, I see the « Allow from 127.0.0.1 » line, but when I try to login from localhost I cannot see the login page even if I open a new browser.
Please HELP me.
Edit 1: when I type $ ./ctlscript.sh status in putty the answer is: No such file or directory. The same for ./use_lampstack
beltran at October 7th, 2011 10:05 — #2
What is the exact error if you are creating the tunnel?
fern at October 7th, 2011 10:37 — #3
OK, so I managed to change in Linux "Allow from 127.00.1" to "Allow from all" in the /opt/bitnami/apps/phpmyadmin/conf file with sudo vim, I stoped and then restarted the machine, as the ./ctlscript.sh restart apache does'n exist in Linux (that's the message received), but I still can't see the connexion page to phpmyadmin.
In a bitnami tutorial is written:
phpMyAdmin version 3 or later also requires to specify your public URL in the /installdir/apps/phpmyadmin/htdocs/config.php.inc file:
WHERE and HOW can I do his modification? With vim, directly in the /opt/bitnami/apps/phpmyadmin/conf file ? I did it by adding this line to AuthType Basic
Allow from all
ErrorDocument 403 "For security reasons, this URL is only accesible using localhost (127.0.0.1) as the hostname"
but it doesn't work either.
Please help me
beltran at October 8th, 2011 11:42 — #4
To run the "./cltscript.sh restart apache" command you have to go to the /opt/bitnami folder previously.
$ cd /opt/bitnami
$ ./ctlscript.sh restart apache
Please post if you continue having problems
fern at October 8th, 2011 15:42 — #5
I followed your instructions and I got the page that I wanted: phpmyadmin
Now I can begin to look in phpmyadmin why I can't log in the joomla back-end. I"ll come back to forum if I don't manage to find the problem myself.
Until then, please receive my greetings.
ralph123 at July 19th, 2012 14:41 — #6
I am using Amazon Web Services and am using the bitnami lamp stack ami-02fa7732. I have a domain pointing to the AWS IP instance I am using and the website works fine. When I try and navigate to myip/phpmyadmin I get a connection reset error in my browsers i.e. problem loading page.
I also did "OK, so I managed to change in Linux "Allow from 127.00.1" to "Allow from all" in the /opt/bitnami/apps/phpmyadmin/conf file with sudo vim, I stoped and then restarted the machine, as the ./ctlscript.sh restart apache does'n exist in Linux (that's the message received), but I still can't see the connexion page to phpmyadmin." and tried $cfg['PmaAbsoluteUri'] ='http://YOUR_IP/phpmyadmin';
with requisite setting but same issue. No access to phpmyadmin. Apache and MySQL are all running and have been restarted after every change.
beltran at July 24th, 2012 13:20 — #7
The ctlscript.sh file is in /opt/bitnami folder so you can run the following command:
$ sudo /opt/bitnami/ctlscript.sh restart apache
carlos_casalicc at May 7th, 2013 21:16 — #8
Has the location for the phpmyadmin folder changed? I haven't been able to locate the folder in the Apache Solr 4.3.0-0 (64-bit)
/opt/bitnami/apps does not exist in the 4.3.0 version for Amazon Web Services
victor at May 8th, 2013 01:53 — #9
BitNami Solr does not ship PHP because it is not a dependency of Solr. So, without PHP, phpMyAdmin could not be shipped, sorry.