removing phpMyAdmin

Matthew Seaman m.seaman at
Fri Jan 28 05:03:57 PST 2005

On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 01:17:38PM -0800, Curtis Vaughan wrote:
> Well, I wanted to remove phpMyAdmin from my 5.3 server. Usually I would 
> just go to the port location under /usr/ports/ and type make deinstall. 
> However, phpMyAdmin apparently isn't here anymore. I don't even know 
> exactly where it should be be but judging by freebsd's website, it 
> should be under /usr/ports/www/ but it's not. In fact a locate and find 
> for phpMyAdmin turns up nothing in the /usr/ports/ directory, except 
> under /usr/ports/distfiles which is, of course, not what I need.

> Has phpMyAdmin been removed or has an update of ports gone astray?

Not to my knowledge, and I should know 'cos I'm the maintainer.

It's possible you've fubared a ports cvsup -- using one of the system
CVS tags is a common error --  but you'ld tend to notice that because
the effect would be to delete virtually all of the files from under

Hold on a minute -- didn't I already answer this e-mail a few days
ago? Deja-vu all over again...



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