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Every Linux user knows how powerful the command line is, especially when you manage servers. And if you have to deal with the command line frequently, it is very important to work efficiently and quickly. Here are some tips I know that would allow you to work faster with the
After installing MySQL, it's important that you secure the installation by a) removing anonymous accounts and b) setting a password on the admin account. This can be done with mysqladmin or with direct SQL queries. I prefer the SQL queries so that's what I'll show here. Start mysql command line
I own a BlackBerry Q10. It's an amazing smartphone. I've owned two Blackberries in the past. The good old Curve 8520 and a decent, but not that great, Torch 9800. On the way I got my hands on Samsung Galaxy Nexus, probably driven to Android by curiosity, but got back
This had been bothering me for some time. On a system without an automounting solution, which I don't usually like because they involve daemons and message subsystems and whatnot, mounting an external drive, such as a USB key, can be a nuisance. Mounting requires sudo, but sudo inflicts root ownership