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How to Recover MYSQL Root Password

How to Recover MYSQL Root Password

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Here, i will explain how can we recover mysql root password when we forget or else. I will explain to recover it by using simple steps as follows. [root@linuxpathfinder ~]# mysql -u root -p Enter...
Install SVN on Ubuntu 12.04

Install SVN on Ubuntu 12.04

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Subversion another name we known as SVN, is an open source version control system. SVN is a really easy to use Revision control/version control/source control and store changes of your project files...
How To Enable Root User in Ubuntu

How To Enable Root User in Ubuntu

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Question: how to able to do su - on Ubuntu. It says “su: Authentication failure”. How fix it, and possible to login to Ubuntu using root account directly? Answer: Let us address these two questions...
How to Change Root Password in MySQL

How to Change Root Password in MySQL

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Following are the methods to use on both Windows and Unix Environment including Ubuntu, Debian, Redhat, CentOS, Fedora, Arch Linux, SUSE etc.
Install and configure Telnet Server in Linux

Install and configure Telnet Server in Linux

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Telnet service is to provide a text-oriented communications and this service is used on internet/LAN using a virtual terminal connection. Telnet by default uses 23 port number. We will use telnet...
How to Configure SSH and SCP Without Prompting Password

How to Configure SSH and SCP Without Prompting Password

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Secure SHELL is the most trusted network protocol. SSH is used to login from local linux servers to remote servers. Secure Copy (SCP) Protocol is also used to transfer files from local to remote...
Mount ISO Image in Linux

Mount ISO Image in Linux

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It is very simple to mount an iso image and this tutorial explains how to mount an ISO image under a directory in linux. This image file is an archive file of an optical disc. It can be created from...
How to Change SSH Port Number in Linux

How to Change SSH Port Number in Linux

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It is highly recommended to change ssh port number and it is a good security practice for an administrator. By default ssh port number is 22 and you can change with any non usable port numbers.