How to Install pgAdmin4 in CentOS 7

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9 Responses

  1. Bill Sawyer says:

    I think I have a similar problem. It appears that Apache is running python 3.6, but this is installing on python 2.7. I believe this is causing a mismatch. But, I do not see a mechanism for telling pgadmin4 to use python 3.6 or telling Apache to use python 2.7.

    I’ve repeated all of the steps listed several times over, from clean builds. I am doing a minimal server build. I’m building this on a VM from a Centos 7 image, but I am updating and upgrading (yum -y update && yum -y upgrade) as part of my process. This is my 4th go-round, and I am at a loss to get this working.

  2. Manoj says:

    Hi, I’m getting this error when accessing it through http://ip-address/pgadmin4 or http://localhost/pgadmin4 on centos 7.

    Unable to connect
    Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at localhost.
    Please help me with this.

  3. Alexandr Dragutan says:

    Please add EPEL repo installation here.

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