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MySQL

[HOW TO] Reset a MySQL root password

To access the MySQL or MariaDB database, you need to enter a username and password. During installation, a root user account is automatically created, which is an analog of superuser in Linux for MySQL. It …

[How To] Remove User from group in Linux

User groups are used to configure file system access of the operating system. Since in Linux all objects of the OS are files, then with the help of groups you can configure or restrict access …

[How To] Add user to the group in Linux

The Linux operating system was originally created as a multi-user system. To control access rights for each user, three flags are used: read, write and execute. But this was not enough, so Linux user groups …

[How To] Clean up files left after removing packages

As known, in Debian/Ubuntu Linux, it is possible to remove package with remove and purge command. purge command removes package and all its files from the system, including configuration files too. remove command removes only binary files. …