phpMyAdmin Broken/Corrupt Icons

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phpMyAdmin Broken/Corrupt Icons

Unread post by oacmedia » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:26 am

Hi all,

I've just installed phpMyAdmin onto my Synology DS415+ and everything works fine but the system icons are broken/corrupt and I only text shows.

It is a problem as a lot of the formatting when trying to create a table/database is unusable and is causing an annoyance in trying to use the package.

Anyone know where if/where I can import or fix the icon set into the directory? or help with fixing the issue a different way?

I've tried to clear the cache and re-install phpMyAdmin but still to no avail

Screenshot attached

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Thanks

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Re: phpMyAdmin Broken/Corrupt Icons

Unread post by dracula » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:01 am

I'm having the same issue. Did you find any solution yet?

What I found out so far:

On my file system I see the following two example files, with identical owner and permissions:
[*]/var/services/web/phpMyAdmin/themes/sprites.css.php
[*]/var/services/web/phpMyAdmin/themes/dot.gif

When I use the webbrowser to navigate to http://mynas:5000/phpMyAdmin/themes/sprites.css.php it works fine (HTTP status code 200), but navigating to http://mynas:5000/phpMyAdmin/themes/dot.gif results in HTTP status code 403.

How do I tell apache (or nginx) to just serve these files over http?

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