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Trying to remove the alias from the URL when accessing phpMyAdmin.
Edited the phpMyAdmin.conf file with "Alias / /usr/share/phpMyAdmin" but I get an error 403 when trying to access. I added "/db" instead of "/" and it works fine.
Alias /db /usr/share/phpMyAdmin Alias / /usr/share/phpMyAdmin
Web page returns Error 403 Forbidden.
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