Lets go through the install process:
#install a complete LAMP Stack first then install phpmyadmin (note the ^ is important)
sudo apt-get install lamp_stack^
# Enable Apache2 to start on boot
sudo systemctl enable apache2
# Start Apache2 if it isn't started
sudo systemctl start apache2
# Add yourself to the the www-data Group and take ownership of the /var/www directory
sudo usermod -a -G www-data $USER
sudo chown -R $USER:www-data /var/www/
# Install phpmyadmin
# Set root password for MySQL change NEWPASSWORD to your choice of password
mysqladmin -u root password NEWPASSWORD
BANG – !! This gives the error !!
If you install 5.7 and don’t provide a password for the root user, MySQL will use the auth_socket plugin. That plugin doesn’t need a password. It just checks if the user is connecting using a UNIX socket and then compares the username. If we want to configure a password, we need to change the plugin and set the password at the same time, in the same command. First changing the plugin and then setting the password won’t work, and it will fall back to auth_socket again.
Right, let’s fix it!
You can’t fix it if you can’t login. So to login we need to find an administrator password. Luckily there is one!
# Locate and copy the Debian System Maintenance password in this file
sudo xed /etc/mysql/debian.cnf
# Now enter the following in terminal - you will be prompted for a password. Enter the password you just copied from /etc/mysql/debian.cnf above
mysql -u debian-sys-maint -p
Bingo, you’re in with full Administrator rights!
# At the mysql> prompts enter the following commands pressing enter after each one - change NEWPASSWORD to a password of your choice
ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password BY 'NEWPASSWORD';
That’s it! Fixed. To test it:
# Login with the following command, you'll be prompted for your newly created password
mysql -u root -p
# To exit mysql> enter quit;
# Now secure MySQL
I hope you found that useful.
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An IDE is much more than a text editor. The NetBeans Editor indents lines, matches words and brackets, and highlights source code syntactically and semantically. It lets you easily Refactor code, with a range of useful and powerful tools, it also provides code templates, coding tips, and code generators.
We’ll also look at writing programs with NetBeans. How to use the Testing plugins. How to write plugins. How to use the Team facilities like Git and BitBucket. Connecting to Databases like MySQL. Creating Templates, using and editing Code Templates and much, much more.
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Have you ever wanted Tips and Tricks on a particular subject and had to visit countless sites to find all the answers? I know I have.
What Programming for the Web is attempting to do is to bring as many of the tips and tricks about Web Programming together into one place.
Each article usually contains a video and step-by-step instructions.
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