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Hi, we're running debian/ubuntu setups and depending on the version the usually packaged phpmyadmin does not always like the froxlor required php-version, also requirements might change in the future and therefore we are considering to move away from the current https://froxlor/phpmyadmin setup as we can't (easy) use different php-versions in folders/locations. Now my question would be: is there a best practice on how to setup phpmyadmin side by side with froxlor, ideally we'd have both being updated using apt and not creating manual update-needs. Additionally we have an additional authentication setup in front of phpmyadmin that requires users to login using their ftp credentials in order to reduce brute-force or other security issues with phpmyadmin itself. Any input would be very welcome. thx, hk