I just got DotBlock and need help with MySQL

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    As I have helped a few minecraft server owners here in Bukkit they have experience minor but not severe problems. But now I am the one who is need of help. I recently got DotBlock since Multiplay and ServerCraft don't provide what I needed like Severcraft which doesn't support FTP and doesn't give you control of the server.properties file because of "security" reasons and multiplay keeps crashing. DotBlock however is perfect! I wee bit faster support than Servercraft but a little bit slower than multiplay. You get access to every file (which I am surprise they would do) and has total control over their VPS but you are limited to your memory size, processor size, and RAM size. But however I asked them to add MySQL to my server which took them about 2 days to do because I asked them to add it and they asked "would you like MySQL to be added" and I thought to myself are you serious? But anyways forward a little bit to the future. So I got MySQL however my plugins get errors from accessing it except LWC cause it converts back to SQLite. I asked them for another support ticket and they're not really answering what I'm asking them. So I turned to Bukkit, the most intelligent place for Java dev's and server owners alike. If you do own DotBlock and have knowledge on accessing MySQL through their MySQL or have absolute knowledge of using MySQL, please reply below on your suggestions or fully proven answers. If you know little to no knowledge of MySQL usage please refrain from answering my question.
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    I'm not sure what OS "DotBlock" use but theres a high chance they are using CentOS if I am right this should help you alot.
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    Thanks I'll try it out as soon as my support replies to me confirming things so just in case I won't do it until he/she replies to me. Thanks dude never really have MySQL experience before unless someone did it for me lol.
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    You get to choose the OS, you were most likely defaulted to CentOS
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    sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin will be the easiest way to do it if you are using Ubuntu.
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