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MySQL via Command Line 102: Basic User Interaction
- These instructions are intended for deleting a MySQL database on Linux via the command line.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
Reading Time: 3 minutesManaging the network on your servers can be cumbersome, time consuming and, involve a wide range of configurations. Thankfully, there are a handful of tools to help with these configurations. The tool we will be focusing on in this article is Ifconfig.
Reading Time: < 1 minuteInstalling Drush provides a way of managing your Drupal installs using a familiar method, the command line. Drush can simplify your life by allowing you to perform admin duties. Continue reading “Install Drush on Ubuntu 16.04”
Reading Time: 3 minutesWhat if you have dozens of SQL databases and manually backing up/restoring each database is too time-consuming for your project? No problem! We can script out a method that will export and import all databases at once without needing manual intervention. For help with transferring SQL Logins and Stored Procedures & Views take a look at our MSSQL Migration with SSMS article. Continue reading “SQL Databases Migration with Command Line”
Reading Time: < 1 minuteUser management includes removing users who no longer need access, removing their username and any associate root privileges are necessary for securing your server. Deleting a user’s access to your Linux server is a typical operation which can easily be performed using a few commands. Continue reading “How to Remove (Delete) a User on Ubuntu 16.04”
Reading Time: 6 minutesBroken down into two parts our article’s first section hits on “how to whitelist IPs or URIs,” for people who are somewhat familiar with ModSecurity but want to know further about the process. Our second section examines why we configure ModSecurity and how to prevent the security of the server from getting in the way of our work. If you have a Fully Managed Liquid Web server reach out to our Heroic Support team for assistance with whitelisting! Continue reading “Whitelisting in ModSecurity”
Reading Time: 2 minutesUbuntu 16.04 LTS provides you the ability to add a user for anyone who plans on accessing your server. Creating a user is a basic setup but an important and critical one for your server security. In this tutorial, we will create a user and grant administrative access, known as root, to your trusted user. Continue reading “How to Add a User and Grant Root Privileges on Ubuntu 16.04”
Reading Time: 2 minutesHaving access to man pages on your server is a pretty essential asset to be familiar with. If you’re not familiar with man pages they are documentation provided with software packages on Unix systems. They provide a sort of manual for applications, services and system resources. You can learn more about man pages in our introductory article. By default on Ubuntu based servers this command is not provided, since it’s a great tool to have access to this article will help you get them setup.
Reading Time: 2 minutesGit is one of the most popular tools used as a distributed version control system(VCS). Git is commonly used for source code management (SCM) and has become more used than old VCS systems like SVN. In this article, we’ll show you how to install Git on your Ubuntu 16.04 server.