Posts made in February, 2010


Random update :D


Posted By on Feb 25, 2010

So I’ve been working on a few different things lately……I’ve been adding a lot of cool windows mobile cabs to my windows mobile download section……..One of my personal faves is the HTC Wi-Fi Router! 😀 Another cool app is the newest Facebook 1.1.0.17 from Marketplace….this is the latest version as of 2/25/2010! I have been slowly learing both Open Suse as well as CentOS to help diversify my linux...

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Do the following!!!! 1. Login as root Invoke the following commands from terminal 2. tar zxf vmware-linux-tools.tar.gz 3. cd vmware-tools-distrib 4. ./vmware-install.pl 5. Answer all questions to get VMWare Tools installed 6. vmware-config-tools.pl 7. log off of root Invoke the following commands to start vmwaretools or advanced x features 1. /usr/bin/vmware-toolbox – start vmwaretools 2. /usr/bin/vmware-user – start...

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Do so: service mysql stop wait until MySQL shuts down. Then run mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables & then you will be able to login as root with no password. mysql -uroot mysql In MySQL command line prompt issue the following command: UPDATE user SET password=PASSWORD(“abcd”) WHERE user=”root”; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; At this time your root password is reset to “abcd” and MySQL will now know the...

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How to Start/Stop MySql


Posted By on Feb 15, 2010

# To install MySql database: sudo apt-get install mysql-server # To start MySql server: /etc/init.d/mysql start # To stop MySql server: /etc/init.d/mysql stop # To restart MySql server: /etc/init.d/mysql restart # To check the status of MySql server: /etc/init.d/mysql status

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sudo passwd agt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install kubuntu-kde4-desktop apt-get install gnome-desktop-environment apt-get install vnc4server cd /root/.vnc/ vi xstartup reboot apt-get lshw sudo apt-get install php5 libapache2-mod-php5 sudo apt-get install php5-mysql sudo apt-get install php5-pgsql wgethistory history | less history | grep – To copy entire history terminal commands go to : /home/username/.bash_history or...

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