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Search for mysql-workbench in the processes. $ps -ef |grep mysql-workbench XX 8327 1159 0 12:04 ? 00:00:00 /bin/bash /usr/bin/mysql-workbench XX 8330 8327 0 12:04 ? 00:00:00 /bin/sh /usr/bin/catchsegv /usr/lib/mysql-workbench/mysql-workbench-bin 2nd column will have the process ID to kill. In this case 8327. It will also stop the 2nd line. ...


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Thank you for the workaround. But for me, the issue has been overshadowed by the two other facts. My data directory is different from default installation. For multiple reasons, both historical and technical. I was upgrading from a very old installation, that gone through a number of back- and forward-ports. On the first start of a newly installed MySQL ...


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This is definitely the wrong community for your question. And truth be told I am not sure that I have understood it... but anyway, if you want to make DB insert here: public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) { NOW HOW ???? } }); you must make db connection accessible for JFrame. Then create prepared statement and ...


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They may are two problem: 1. MySql is off 2. your settings for your socket are wrong. For 1. just restart the MySql server. For 2. grep -w mysql.default_socket /opt/lampp/etc/php.ini shows your socket. Try to set it to blank and run the server again.


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Error message tells that you can add -fPIC compiler flag. http://jaytaylor.com/blog/2010/10/06/howto-fix-fpic-errors/ On this page you can find semi-good solution - enable PIC to whole PHP. export CC=”gcc -fPIC” export CXX=”g++ -fPIC” But I don't know what disadvantages this solution has.


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As per your error log, do a: sudo rm -f /var/lib/mysql/debian-*.flag and then install again!


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Andreas Hartmann's answer is incomplete, and it also removes PHPMYADMIN and MYSQLI So, in addition to mariadb-server, you should install the following: apt-get install mariadb-client libmariadbclient-dev libmariadbd-dev phpmyadmin To get phpMyAdmin working again on SSL only, you'll need to reconfigure etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf to include the http=>https ...


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To install mysql on local machine (Ubuntu OS) you nedd one client and server version of mysql. to install follow the steps sudo apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client sudo apt-get install libmysql-ruby libmysqlclient-dev


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Hopefully this helps solve your problem and explain whats going on, to help you in the future too. When you go into the wordpress "dashboard" and upload files - the "user" that is performing the changes to the filesystem iswww-data (i.e. libapache2-mod-php5 via apache webserver). Therefore in order to make changes in wp-content/uploads/2015/01., www-data ...


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Is the wp-content directory really where you think it is? I notice that the article in question created a directory in /var/www/html/ but wordpress will thing it will be under the wordpress directory that you extracted from the compressed tarfile. In my case it was /var/www/html/wordpress/wp-content which was a softlink to another directory. Once I had ...


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Script in one piece is in ->here 1. Python Python is preinstalled in Ubuntu and AFAIK it's vital to some system/desktop-env operations, but just in case: sudo apt-get install python sudo apt-get install python-pip sudo apt-get install build-essential python-dev 2. MySQL You need to install (a)server, (b)client, (c)dev libs & headers, (d)python ...


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It does look like you need to stop / kill the MySQL database first, then update: [FAIL] Stopping MySQL database server: mysqld failed! invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "stop" failed. I'm not sure what the executable is called, but if it's got "sql" in it's name somewhere then running this should find it's pid (maybe among others): ps aux | grep -i ...


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If you have added a linux partition to a previously windows-only environment, you can use the database in place with only some minor tweaks. Long version here, short version: You'll need mount --bind '/media/windows/ProgramData/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.5/data' /var/lib/mysql to run at startup (assuming you mount your windows drive to /media/windows using ...


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ok,it looks some wrong with installing. So, you can try dpkg -C or sudo apt-get check to find information about error code 1.


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It looks to me as if you had mysql-server-5.5 already installed, at least the daemon mysqld is running. dpkg fails to stop this daemon. Try stopping it manually before running apt-get upgrade -f via sudo service mysqld stop.


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Starting with amavisd-new-2.7.0, three fields need to be added to table msgrcpt and one to table msgs: ALTER TABLE msgrcpt ADD rseqnum integer DEFAULT 0 NOT NULL; ALTER TABLE msgrcpt ADD content char(1) DEFAULT ' ' NOT NULL; ALTER TABLE msgrcpt ADD is_local char(1) DEFAULT ' ' NOT NULL; ALTER TABLE msgs ADD originating char(1) DEFAULT ...


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It looks to me like something goes wrong with SSL connection setup. In effect there's no proper authentication done and disconnection. Maybe verify your Thunderbird settings related to encryption? Have you accepted the self-signed certificate in Thunderbird when connecting?


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From the config you posted, you had "mydestination" right, but then you commented it out and just set it to "localhost". This would definitely prevent you from receiving mail from the outside world.


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add dotdeb repo by following command : echo "deb http://php53.dotdeb.org stable all" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list Fetch and install the GnuPG key wget http://www.dotdeb.org/dotdeb.gpg sudo apt-key add dotdeb.gpg Then sudo apt-get update The easy way to install the specific version is via synaptic all done also you should downgrade the ...


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Always read the contents of /usr/share/doc/package-name/ for packages you have installed. They contain important information for using and administrating packages. So for mysql-server-5.5 there are important information in /usr/share/doc/mysql-server-5.5/README.Debian.gz. As it is gziped, it is conveniant to use zmore to read it. There you can see that ...


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The reason you are seeing .frm files in the windows is that the .frm files would hold the information about the column details.There are very essentials so please follow the below steps to move the old MySQL folder from WAMP to LAMP. (i) Copy the data folder alone fully from WAMP location wamp/www/bin/mysql/mysql5.x.x.x/ to any desired location in LAMP ...


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First stop the mysql server sudo service mysql stop Run the following command that will start the server again and skip the grant tables which store the passwords. mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables Mysql server should now start. Next we log into root without a password. mysql -u root And then press enter Now we run the following commands in ...



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