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How to setup phpMyAdmin in Homestead

Writing this for my own reference. Hope it helps someone too.

Install using Ubuntu repository:

This will install phpMyAdmin from Ubuntu’s repositories. Assuming that your projects live in /home/vagrant/Code:

  1. On your hosting machine, open a terminal, go to your homestead folder, after “vagrant up”, enter “vagrant ssh” to ssh to your virtual machine.
  2. Then enter “sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin” (Do not select apache2 nor lighttpd when prompted. Just hit tab and enter.)
  3. You will be prompted whether to set up a database, select “OK” and when prompted for password, enter “secret”. (This is the default password for Homestead’s MySQL.)
  4. Now enter “sudo ln -s /usr/share/phpmyadmin/ /home/vagrant/Code/phpmyadmin”
  5. Finally, enter “cd ~/Code && serve phpmyadmin.app /home/vagrant/Code/phpmyadmin”

For Mac/Linux users, follow the following step to add a nice URL for phpMyAdmin.

  1. On your hosting machine, edit the /etc/hosts file with the command “sudo nano /etc/hosts”. I like the nano editor, feel free to use any editor.
  2. Add the following (you can use your virtual machine’s IP address instead of 127.0.0.1):
    • 127.0.0.1 phpmyadmin.app
  3. If you’re using nano editor, press keys Control + o (letter o) to save the changes. Then press keys Control + x to exit the editor.
  4. Now open a browser.
  5. Go to http://phpmyadmin.app
  6. That’s it!

Reference:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23788096/how-to-setup-phpmyadmin-on-a-laravel-homestead-box

Windows 7 Auto Logon in Domain

1. Go to Start>Run (or press the windows key + r)

2. Type regedit and press the enter key or click on OK.

3. In the registry editor go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE>Microsoft>Windows NT>CurrentVersion>Winlogon

4. On right side pane look for these values AutoAdminLogon, DefaultPassword and DefaultUsername. If they are there skip on to Step 6.

5. If the above values aren’t there, then right click on empty area in the right pane select New>String Value and enter the value name such as AutoAdminLogon. Repeat this step for each value.

6. Once you’ve created these values double-click each value and enter the following value data for the particular value

Name : AutoAdminLogon Value : 1
Name : DefaultPassword Value : the pasword of the user profile
Name : DefaultUsername Value : the username of the account you want to log in to

7. Now you’re done!

Source
http://www.mockbox.net/windows-7/295-windows-7-auto-logon-with-domain-computer