MySQL Curses interface

Tony Baechler tony at
Tue Apr 8 16:46:26 UTC 2008

Actually, that wouldn't work unless I install another copy of Apache.  
It's a business server with active sites.  If Apache only listens on 
localhost, those sites go down.  If I can set phpmyadmin to only respond 
to connections from localhost, that would help.  I definitely don't want 
it available to the outside world because I've seen too many security 
advisories for both MySQL and phpmyadmin to take a chance.

John G. Heim wrote:
> You could get around the security problem by configuring the web 
> server to listen only on the localhost address, Then ssh to 
> the server and run lynx connecting to the localhost.

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