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Who am I!
My name is SIDI VASI and I am 41 years old.I have not studied IT nor do I have a diploma on this field.
My main studies were in economics. The interest on IT grew on me naturally
and mostly out of curiosity about how computers work.I have spent the last 3 years digging in Linux systems.
Most of my research came from the internet and personal experience out of trial and error.
I had no intention to publish or make a website, but as the material started to come together and while trying to set up a website
for research reasons, the idea of making it public came naturally. I don't intend to make
a profit out of this because everything was free and available
on the internet.So it's more like giving back to what I took.
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There are 2 ways of reinstalling phpmyadmin.
One keeping your databases,and another
making a fresh reinstall.
You can read a process to start over with phpmyadmin.
If you have already setup your website, its IP can be usefull to unlock
the phpmyadmin interface. In this link you can view the process of having privileges
without having to set up a root password for systems like Linux Mint which
have disabled it by default.
In the link below you can read the process of installing LAMP,
setting up a personal website and getting privileges in phpmyadmin,
in case you don't want to sacrifice the security of the root password.
If you own a Mac and have installed virtual box, you will have dificulty
getting out of the scaled mode as there is no host key in the mac keyboard.
Below you can read the process of setting a host-key in a mac keyboard.
In OpenMediaVault running out of space can be tricky.
The system will continue to boot, but you will not be able to enter the web GUI although you enter the right
username and password.Also you will not be able to write in the system generally.
Below you'll find an explanation and the way to deal with it.
Linux mint distro usually comes with the kernel 4.20 as a default installation.
However this kernel may not be the best in terms of speed performance during boot.
If you are already running TRICIA and have updated the system from the update manager
another kernel could be the solution to this drawback.
Click to view, a process which improved drastically this issue.
As of CATALINA, setting an ssl connection in your LAN has become obviously,
more complicated, but not impossible.A lot of people self sign their certificates when it comes to a private LAN.
So at the view button you find a process to setup an ssl connection for your MacOS Catalina.
Upgrade from Snow Leopard 10.6.8 to Lion 10.7.2.
Including dual boot with linux case.
Bug fix for Recovery mode booting in Linux Mint 20.
If you get stuck at loading initial ramdisk and can't boot
to recovery mode. Here you'll find the fix.