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It seems that you need to install other packages before you go ahead with your phpmyadmin install. First install Apache server then afterwards try installing phpmyadmin. Apache Install Documentation


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"errno 2" is a directory or file related problem that probably means your MySQL configuration is not correct. In /etc/mysql/my.cnf check datadir for a valid directory and that this directory holds your databases and that you can write to that directory. You can do the 1st with grep datadir /etc/mysql/my.cnf and the 2nd with ls -l {datadir} where ...



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