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== Youtube walk-through ==
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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fcr7N3f7IxY Securing MySQL and installing phpMyAdmin]
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== Securing MySQL ==
 
== Securing MySQL ==
 
The MySQL password is not set by default (blank), and can only be set when the MySQL daemon is running (upon first boot). To set the password, execute the following command as 'root':
 
The MySQL password is not set by default (blank), and can only be set when the MySQL daemon is running (upon first boot). To set the password, execute the following command as 'root':

Revision as of 09:11, 2 September 2011

Youtube walk-through

Securing MySQL and installing phpMyAdmin

Securing MySQL

The MySQL password is not set by default (blank), and can only be set when the MySQL daemon is running (upon first boot). To set the password, execute the following command as 'root':

# mysql_secure_installation

Disabling MySQL

If you are certain you have no need for MySQL, either for websites or for your Minecraft server mods, you may remove it from the services list.

# vi /etc/rc.conf

Remove mysqld from the list

PhpMyAdmin

PhpMyAdmin is available as an addon. To install, ensure you have first secured MySQL. Then, as root:

# cd /usr/games/minecraft/addons
# ./phpmyadmin.sh

Enabling PHP for PhpMyAdmin

PHP is only permitted to execute in /var/www/hiawatha/admin by default, follow instructions to enable PHP for /var/www/hiawatha/phpmyadmin (or you may enable PHP for all directories if you choose).

PhpMyAdmin is now accessible via https://ip-address/phpmyadmin. Note: HTTPS is required for PhpMyAdmin.

Enabling remote access/TCP-IP connectivity

Remote access/TCP-IP connectivity is disabled by default on installs <= 0.4.6--later versions can ignore this step as it has already been automated. All these actions must be done as root:

Edit the /etc/my.cnf file and comment out the line:

#skip-networking

Edit the hosts.allow file as well to add the mysqld daemon:

mysqld: ALL
SSHD: ALL

Have all localhost generated packets accepted by default in iptables:

iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
iptables-save > /etc/iptables-rules

You will need to restart the mysqld daemon for these changes to take effect.

/etc/rc.d/mysqld restart