phpMyAdmin was dropped from the initial Debian Buster release due to it having no maintainer at the time, and a fair bit of working being needed to bring it up to speed.
However, fairly recently, it was added to the Debian Buster Backports repo, so with some tweaking and a load of testing, it’s now available in Sympl, and works the same way it did in Stretch.
Also worth mentioning is that
sympl-core on Buster has now been updated to add the Debian Backports repo to
apt if it’s not already set and properly configure it for PHPMyAdmin and it’s dependencies, and the installer will do the same for new installs.
sympl update runs will not install
sympl-phpmyadmin, only update already-installed packages…
Current Debian Buster users without phpMyAdmin
It won’t be automatically installed, but you can install it with
apt install sympl-phpmyadminif you want.
New installs of Sympl on Debian Buster
Assuming someone is using the installer, it will be installed automatically. Alternatively, it can be installed/uninstalled manually once sympl-core is instaled.
As always, if you have any questions, just post!