After the installation of MySQL server or MariaDB on Ubuntu, I would like to use phpMyAdmin or Adminer to access the MySQL server. But the first time the error comes like below. Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/1698): Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ Here is the solution to make the root connect to
After the setup of my first Proxmox VE, I need to shutdown and startup your Proxmox hardware node. There are many reasons for this such as adding new hardware or to apply new kernel updates. Before shutting down the Host machine, I have to shutdown the LXC container and all VMs. When I start the
There is another way to do the importing Virtualbox VDI to Proxmox VE 3.5-8. Similar to my previous post. Step 1, Copy the VDI into the Proxmox VE host No need to covert the VDI file to RAW format. Just copy the vdi file into the local folder. For me, I will just put it
After installing the SSL certificate on the Nginx web server, you need to check if it is installed correctly. I installed the SSL certificate two months ago. The Sectigo ECC certificate. Now I change the certificate files. Previously, I put the site SSL certificate file content and the SSL-bundle file altogether. The final SSL certificate
The df utility displays the disk space usage on all mounted filesystem. The -T option prints the filesystem type as well. By default, df measures the size in 1K blocks, which could be a little difficult for a desktop user to decipher. Use the -h option to get the more understandable output: The VPS system
The scenario is to run the program inside of Ubuntu VPS. Input a URL the program will output the jpg file. The solution is to use wkhtmltoimage, which is a part of wkhtmtopdf. I used to use the old version wkhtmltopdf v0.12.3. Now it is not working anymore due to some reason I don’t know.
I have a VPS with Nginx as a web server and also a lot of web sites on it. It is on Digital Ocean. Here is the VPS basic information. SFO2 1GB Nanode Ubuntu Linux 18.04.2 Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20GHz, 1 cores Nginx 1.15.9 All sites use one access.log file. The following