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olback113324yHttps is easy to add afterwards anyway. DO has a guide for this as well.
mishaor18554yThey (probably) assume you already configured that when you was installing LAMP.
And you consider webmin to be secure? XD
Also, not everyone wants pma to listen on the same hostname.
@olback @mishaor it's added as a config, so it isn't trivial to enable it (as I'd expect from an apt package)
@Linux Is it not? I thought it's secure, but I don't really need it so I guess I'll remove it then. (Which is one command and does cleanup properly. Take that, PMA.)
apt-get purge cleans up everything, and it works with every package
Webmin, cPanel, plesk and so on follow the same crappy idea - manage system stuff from a web Interface
@Linux Pma doesn't clean up the Apache config and the sql user on purging. I removed those manually, it seems like it's gone.
Webmin because why not ✓
Lamp stack ✓
Dynamic DNS client ✓
Dear DigitalOcean. SINCE WHEN do you consider a PMA installation
without Https SECURE?
And why the fuck do you make me install an aptitude package that skips both file system AND Apache config cleanup on purging?
It's just a raspberry, but if it runs lamp I want PMA, and if it runs anything, I want Https. Is that too much to ask for from a tutorial source otherwise so reliable that I do anything you say without a questioning thought?