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I would expect from an Ubuntu LTS release such as yours to have the latest stable version of all those software you mentioned. You are 2-years into the 5-years support period of your release, so I think this is a reasonable expectation. Upgrading to 14.04 doesn't seem like a great idea. Upgrading is a sensitive operation not to be taken lightly, potentially ...
Use Ubuntu software center, go to the installed tab, and in the search simply type * (asterick), software center will show all the installed software by category. To uninstall any software simply highlight it and click remove.
Open a terminal and type $ dpkg --list to list all installed packages. Then type $ sudo apt-get purge <package_name> to completely remove the package you want. For exmaple $ sudo apt-get purge phpmyadmin Also, the easiest way to install these services is using tasksel $ sudo apt-get install tasksel $ sudo tasksel (Select LAMP server ...
Did you install PHP before installing phpmyadmin? Make sure you have a web server software of some sort (such as Apache2) as well as PHP running before trying to install phpmyadmin. Phpmyadmin is not an independent software but relies on the functions of other software to perform its functionalities. Most importantly, make sure you have MySQL also installed ...
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