Many websites and applications require databases to store and manage large sets of information. MySQL and MariaDB are popular database management systems because of their flexibility, power, and ubiquity.
For many users, managing databases is difficult from the command line. For those who prefer to use a web interface,
phpMyAdmin is a great alternative to command driven management.
In this guide, we will cover how to install and configure phpMyAdmin on a CentOS 6.4 VPS. The procedure should be fairly similar for other versions.
Step One –– Add EPEL Repositories
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Here we cover the fastest, most effective way to get the PHP DOM extension installed on CentOS. If you’ve just found out you need to install this extension, but don’t really know what it is, we’ve included some background first.
What is DOM?
“The Document Object Model (DOM) is a cross-platform and language-independent convention for representing and interacting with objectsin HTML, XHTML and XML documents.” (Source: DOM in Wikipedia.)
What is PHP DOM extension?
“The DOM extension allows you to operate on XML documents through the DOM API with PHP 5.” (Source: Introduction to the PHP DOM Extension on php.net.)
How to install the PHP DOM Extension on CentOS
You will need superuser privileges. Run the following command:
sudo yum install php-xml
Don’t forget to restart Apache so PHP picks up the new extension:
sudo service httpd restart
How to Check PHP DOM is Installed
You can see PHP DOM is installed by creating a simple web page that calls the phpinfo()function:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
When you go to this webpage in a browser, you should see this output for the dom extension if it’s installed:
|DOM/XML API Version
Tested on CentOS 5.3. Sumber : http://smartwebdeveloper.com/centos/install-the-php-dom-extension-on-centos