I'll have to remember that adminer doesn't work for the ibmdb2i. You attached the php call stack, but not the apache config. If you don't have phpadmin in your document root, then I suspect that your alias statement in the apache config isn't correct.
On Sat, 2020-06-06 at 17:55 +0200, Danny Rodius wrote:
Have tryed adminer but was a little disappointed. Creating a db with the
ibmdb2i engine seems not to work.
So I'm back here looking for the phpMyAdmin solution.
So included the apache error log and the phpMyAdmin config file.
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