GitBash and XMing are the easiest way to have X11 forwarded from your linux machine to your windows machine. Gone are the days when you install cygwin and related items just so that you can have linux functionalities in the windows machine.
- First install GitBash
- Then install XMing
- open GitBash and make sure that the DISPLAY is setup
How to setup display
To forward X11 you call
ssh -Y username@server
Also you have to call
You can also set that in the .bashrc file so that everytime you open the gitbash that file is executed and the variable is set
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How can I reset my MySQL password?
Following this procedure, you will disable access control on the MySQL server. All connexions will have a root access. It is a good thing to unplug your server from the network or at least disable remote access.
To reset your mysqld password just follow these instructions :
- Stop the mysql demon process using this command :
- Start the mysqld demon process using the –skip-grant-tables option with this command
Because you are not checking user privs at this point, it’s safest to disable networking. In Dapper, /usr/bin/mysqld… did not work. However, mysqld --skip-grant-tables did.
- start the mysql client process using this command
- from the mysql prompt execute this command to be able to change any password
- Then reset/update your password
- If you have a mysql root account that can connect from everywhere, you should also do:
- Alternate Method:
- And if you have a root account that can access from everywhere:
For either method, once have received a message indicating a successful query (one or more rows affected), flush privileges:
Then stop the mysqld process and relaunch it with the classical way:
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start
I added a google account to my Galaxy Note 4. There was this main gmail account and then a secondary account that i use for my kids for them to watch youtube. I added this to my phone and the nightmare started. Once my trial is finished i wanted to remove it from my phone. The proper way is to go to Settings->General->Accounts and then select Google and it should show the list of Google accounts that are linked to the phone and i can select the one that i want to remove.
Once i click Google, the Settings will crash. After some research I found that all you have to do is open Gallery and then from the Menu you can go to the accounts associated and from there you can remove that account
From Setting Select the network tab
Select the Tethering & Network
Now select the mobile networks
Now Select Access Point names
Once you get that blank screen, click the menu button on the right, right next to the home button, and select “New APN”
Select each item and enter the data as given by your service provider
Once it is all done, now hit the menu button again and hit save.
I had a need to reinstall the image in my Nexus 9 tablet. the recommended way was to go through the fastboot. Download the images from the google website. Then get the tablet to the fastboot and then install the software.
Make sure that you have adb and other tools installed in your computer. With the debugging enabled the
should give you as below
List of devices attached
should list your devices, if it is says unauthorized then you need to accept the dialog box “Allow debugging” in the tablet, that you authorize the computer to access the tablet.
Now issue the command
adb reboot recovery
This will take you the HBOOT or fastboot screen.
Start network after reboot
Based on my configuration, after booting the linux machine it doesn’t automatically start the network manager and establish internet connection.
I used to do
the above command doesn’t do anything
my /etc/network/interfaces file looks like this
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet dhcp
iface eth1 inet dhcp
So to start the network all i have to do is
The above command will start eth1 interface
Type in this code in the dialpad
Then it will ask for the code that you purchased from somebody else.