Now is the time for installing the phpMyAdmin tool. It is similar to the phpPgAdmin, but is somewhat easier to install.
To begin, we install the package:
apt-get install phppgadmin
When I install I again chose to automatically configure Apache. This will leave a line in the main configuration file /etc/apache/httpd.conf :
Since I want phpMyAdmin to be available only in the admin site, I remove the line from the main file, and add it to the virtual server admin.
That should be all, and MySQL is now ready to go.