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Type the commands below in terminal(Ctrl+Alt+T). It works for me... sudo ln -s /usr/share/phpmyadmin /var/www/html/phpmyadmin sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload


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I had a similar issue: no problems importing dumps but on 3 Ubuntu 14.04 MySQL servers, the databases disappeared after a reboot. During the initial setup, I had changed my.cnf to point to a new database location, disabled MySQL in Apparmor and used 'sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restart' to update MySQL. The problem is /etc/init.d/mysql no longer properly stops ...


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Remove the link wherever you created it Have you installed mysql-client at all? Maybe try to reinstall it?


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Yes if you want to access it from anywhere you need a static ip, else you can only find it from local host. You can set up a static ip for free with this http://www.noip.com/ then you access your pc by its ip.


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You can, of course, connect your windows app to MySQL on Linux - with MySQL ODBC driver. I assume that you have one already installed. What may be the problem here is granting access to the database from your Windows server. Assuming that you have no network connection problem as such - as recommended in comments, you may try first to check telnet ...


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After about 2 years since I stopped using MySQL Admin and MySQL Query Browser because for me they were the best and I was force to use MySQL Workbench, I am posting this answer here to let others that used to use Admin and Query Browser because of their ease of use (Which was removed in Workbench) to know that the current MySQL Workbench has gotten to a ...


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Create a file with this: UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD('MyNewPass') WHERE User='root'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; Stop the mysql server and run this: mysqld_safe --init-file=/home/me/mysql-init & Check here for more details: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html


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open terminal then write sudo gedit /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf Find DocumentRoot /var/www/html line Change /html to /your desired folder name save it Then run sudo a2dissite 000-default.conf; sudo a2ensite 000-defaut.conf; sudo service apache2 restart Your hosting provider have to do the above procedure. Hope apache2 default page go ...


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The remote system almost certainly has file permissions on /var/www set so that you cannot modify files in there. In fact, the default is that only root can modify files in there. Assuming you don't have root (or sudo) access on that machine, the best course of action would be to request that the directory you will be using (eg /var/www/whatever) is ...


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The reason for this is that your /tmp is symlinked to another location, /home/tmp. But MySQL is armored by AppArmor, which does not allow writing freely to /home/tmp. To remedy the situation, you can edit the /etc/apparmor.d/abstractions/user-tmp and add the /home/tmp there appropriately; for me the extra lines owner /home/tmp/** rwkl, /home/tmp/ ...


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LAMP-C++ with Django and Mezzanine All files available in git repo -> link 1) Network: If you want to see your service/site on the home subnet (192.168.xxx.xxx IP-s), then you should ensure that IP addresses are stable. I have a router which has a built-in DHCP server that gives home subnet IP-s to devices based on which connected first. There are two ...


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LAMP-C++ with web.py All files available in git repo -> link 1) Network: If you want to see your service/site on the home subnet (192.168.xxx.xxx IP-s), then you should ensure that IP addresses are stable. I have a router which has a built-in DHCP server that gives home subnet IP-s to devices based on which connected first. There are two ways to handle ...


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You have changed permission but we dont know what permission you have set. In Linux every services have to own username , as you are doing it different I think you have think in that different way. allow user of mysqld service to access your external harddrive location where you have installed mysql. like chown -R mysql:mysql /location/path I am away ...


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For security reasons Mysql default does not allow remote access by root. To allow access follow these steps: Edit the configuration file "/etc/mysql/my.cnf" and remove the restriction of remote access Comment the following line: #bind-address = 127.0.0.1 Give permission to root for connections from any IP: mysql -u root -pROOTPASSWORD mysql> GRANT ...


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iptables is likely not the tool to do what you wish. However, you may want to use iptables to block access from the internet. Network traffic on the lo device should not be routed to another device, even a virtual device. It is likely that virtualbox has created a br0 devices or some device with br in the name. The IP address of this device would be ...


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Did you install PHP before installing phpmyadmin? Make sure you have a web server software of some sort (such as Apache2) as well as PHP running before trying to install phpmyadmin. Phpmyadmin is not an independent software but relies on the functions of other software to perform its functionalities. Most importantly, make sure you have MySQL also installed ...


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hosting a website is all about availability, first you need a fixed IP address from your ISP( which cost much) to make your domain name bind with it, and make you easily found on internet, alternatively you can use DDNS like with no-ip, also your computer should have enough resources to manage the demand, and a good internet access subscription that would ...


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Options: Option 1 -> LAMP-C++ with web.py That's a rather simple deployment option, ideal for the case when you're writing a web service with little or no GUI. web.py 0.37 (pip list | grep web.py) web.py info on stackoverflow -> link Option 2 -> LAMP-C++ with Django and Mezzanine That's an option if you want to make a web site, maybe still with a ...


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I have faced same issue, in my case there is another mysql service was running $ ps -aux | grep mysql mysql 7241 0.0 5.1 562600 52812 ? Ssl 13:36 0:02 /usr/sbin/mysql ubuntu 13580 0.0 0.0 10468 916 pts/0 S+ 15:50 0:00 grep --color=au $ sudo kill 7241 Then I started mysql. $ sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start * Starting MySQL ...


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If you are looking for the installed location of my-sql, such that where it was installed then type whereis mysql or which mysql if you want to know where you have downloaded the file then first type "updatedb" and then "locate mysql" The "locate" command will tell you all the files named as mysql. Hope this helps.


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If you've just installed MySQL from software center, It won't be shown in the menu as usual with other softwares ! Its like the packages and plugins ! So if you need the MySQL clients, Then try using this tip: (I don't know if this works or not But try this) Steps Open up the Terminal emulator by Pressing Ctrl+Alt+T together. Or from menu Follow the steps ...


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Solution: I actually got it to work, and i found out that it mcrypt was causing all the problems, not mysql as i first thought. This is how i managed to solve it: Mcrypt extension is missing in 14.04 server for mysql Thanks for helping me out! :)


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The key clue is probably this line in the output: dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of mysql-server: mysql-server depends on mysql-server-5.5; however: Package mysql-server-5.5 is not configured yet. Make sure mysql is entirely removed/purged sudo apt-get remove --purge mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common sudo apt-get remove --purge ...



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