I always forget specific MySQL syntax including creating a MySQL user and granting that user specific access only via localhost to a specific database. So when I install Zen Cart I always end up looking how to do this via the MySQL documentation. Below are simple instructions on how to create a MySQL database using mysqladmin, create a MySQL user, and grant permission to the created database to the created MySQL user.
If you are not currently using screen on a regular basis you should start. The Linux screen application allows you to keep remote sessions active even when you disconnect from the server via SSH or similar. One thing that will come up when you start using screen is how to create a screen session with a name and then how to reattach to that named screen session. Use the information below to create a meaningfully named screen session, detach from the screen session but leave it active, and then reattach to the same named screen session.
I received the below error when troubleshooting an issue reported to me by a client regarding one of their intranet web sites not working properly. After some poking around I noticed that there were numerous segmentation faults being reported in the Apache error logs. I had previously set up the server to dump core files when there were segmentation faults within Apache so troubleshooting the error was fairly easy. It ended up being a connection issue with an AS400 that was down over the weekend at the company and I was able to verify this using the below information.
I use Paste Master as an advanced clipboard manager. It allows me to keep up to 90 items in my clipboard and also allows me to paste them unformatted so I don’t have to copy them to an ASCII text editor first. It would not come up one day and wanted to restart it without the OS (operating system). Under System Preferences, uncheck and check “Enable Paste Master” and that will restart it. Since it is a checkbox, it might appear to only take effect when the OS restart, but it takes immediate effect.
I recently ordered one of the newer Asus routers just to stay up on the wifi world and I decided on the RT-N16. I normally like open-wrt firmware however its still listed as a work in progress for this router. This left me with 2 options, Tomato firmware and DD-WRT firmware. For the first run I decided on DD-WRT. Below I will outline the relatively simply steps to get up and running with dd-wrt on the n16