•March 2, 2011 • Leave a Comment
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•March 13, 2009 • Leave a Comment
Here is a quick Step-by-Step “how to” which helps restoring MySQL root password that was lost/forgotten.
It happens to everybody, especially if several distributed (different) systems are maintained, where the password is not the same. Here is what needs to be done to restore it:
Step 1: Stop MySQL daemon if it is currently running
Depending on the operating system MySQL is installed on, the daemon can be checked/stopped differently. Here is an example on how to do it in Unix-like systems.
NOTE: You might need to run it as a Unix System superuser (root) - depending on how the system is configured,
and what permissions your Unix account is granted)
Here is how to stop/kill the existing mysql daemon, in case it is running:
ps -ef | grep mysql - checks if mysql/mysqld is one of the running processes.
pkill mysqld - kills the daemon, if it is running.
Note: if pkill (’process kill’) is not on a particular Unix system, use kill -9 ‘pid’, where ‘pid’ corresponds to processes that were found with ps -ef | grep mysql
Step 2: Run MySQL safe daemon with skipping grant tables
mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &
Step 3: Login to MySQL as root with no password
mysql -u root mysql
Step 4: Run UPDATE query to reset the root password
In MySQL command line prompt issue the following two commands:
UPDATE mysql.user SET Password=PASSWORD('MyNewPass') WHERE User='root';
Step 5: Stop MySQL safe daemon
Follow the first two steps, but this time kill (pkill) “mysqld_safe” instead of “mysqld”
Step 6: Start MySQL daemon
Depending on the operating system (Unix-like examples):
etc.. check existing MySQL configuration
Step 7: Root password is reset and ready to use
Password is reset. Privileges are flushed. Start MySQL and login as root with the password set in step 4:
•January 13, 2008 • 5 Comments
I had my External hard drive with NTFS filesystem, I’m mounting it using the command ” mount -t ntfs /dev/da0s1 /mnt/ ” then it works, but now the problem is that I can’t write anything on the hard drive because it ii on Read-only access. Then I have searched the internet to find some solution to my problem and jackpot I made it work, I can now Read and Write on the NTFS Hard drive.
Here’s the Commands:
Installing the NTFS-3G.
# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/fusefs-ntfs
# sudo make instal clean
Loading the Fuse.ko module:
# sudo kldload /usr/local/modules/fuse.ko
Mounting the NFS hard drive:
# sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/da0s1 /mnt
Good Luck and Happy BSD,
•December 11, 2007 • 1 Comment
I wrote my first blog post on my 3rd day of registration on wordpress,
and on the following day I visited my blog ..
Wow…. WordPress surprised me when my blog has been featured..
Here’s a screen shot of my featured blog:
•December 10, 2007 • 1 Comment
Here’s the problem, after running an application it returns this error.
/libexec/ld- elf.so.1: Shared object “libintl.so. 6″ not found, required by
Here’s the simple command.
# cd /usr/local/lib
# ln -s libintl.so.8 libintl.so.6
Now here’s my log:
[root@ /usr/local/lib] # gaim
/libexec/ld- elf.so.1: Shared object “libintl.so. 6″ not found, required by “gaim”
[root@ /usr/local/lib] # ln -s libintl.so.8 libintl.so.6
[root@ /usr/local/lib] # gaim &
— End of log —
I know this will help you a lot. Please post a comment if it works.
Thanks Happy FreeBSD to all.