Install Adminer on Raspberry Pi

Install Adminer on Raspberry Pi

Adminer is an open-source database management tool through a web browser. It supports MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite, PostgreSQL, and various other database servers. This tool allows to create, drop, alter databases, tables, columns and other objects, import and export data, execute SQL queries, and perform other database management tasks. Adminer consist of a single file and it is written using PHP programming language.

This tutorial demonstrates how to install Adminer on Raspberry Pi.

Prepare environment

Before starting, make sure you have installed Apache HTTP server and PHP. For testing, we also need database server such as MariaDB.

Install Adminer

Create a new directory:

sudo mkdir /usr/share/adminer

Download the latest version of Adminer from official website and place a file in a previously created directory:

sudo wget -O /usr/share/adminer/index.php

Create Apache configuration file for Adminer:

sudo nano /etc/apache2/conf-available/adminer.conf

Add the following content to a file:


Alias /adminer /usr/share/adminer

<Directory /usr/share/adminer>
    Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
    AllowOverride None
    Require all granted

Execute the following command to enable Adminer site:

sudo a2enconf adminer.conf

Restart Apache service:

sudo service apache2 restart

Testing Adminer

For testing, we need to get IP address the Raspberry Pi:

hostname -I

Open http://<IP_ADDRESS>/adminer URL through a web browser. The <IP_ADDRESS> is IP address of Raspberry Pi. Select database server, provide username and password to login. If you're using MariaDB, choose MySQL as database server.

Adminer installed on Raspberry Pi

Uninstall Adminer

Remove directory where Adminer file is stored:

sudo rm -rf /usr/share/adminer

Disable Adminer site and remove Apache configuration file:

sudo a2disconf adminer.conf
sudo rm -rf /etc/apache2/conf-available/adminer.conf
sudo rm -rf /var/lib/apache2/conf/disabled_by_admin/adminer

Run the following command to restart Apache service:

sudo service apache2 restart

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