I have decided to focus on only tech and admin type posts and updates to the site. I have purged all the other humor articles that are not tech related. I am going to force myself to also update on a more regular basis no matter how small the tech update. Make sure to bookmark the site and check it a bit more often.
So you just updated your cPanel server to a new version of MYSQL or cPanel just decided to stop working properly. And now when you made a user in cPanel for a MYSQL database it does not appear to work. You are sure the password is correct and still getting access denied? Good chance cPanel did not set the privileges even though the check mark box was cleared selected. Just on the back end it did not assign the privileges using the GRANT command in MYSQL. So any automated scripts like Fantastico or Softaculous or manually creating a DB user will fail.
So how do i fix this? Glad you asked! Rebuild Perl on the server for cPanel!
Note this will take a long time. Could be easily over an hour. But once it is complete cPanel should be GRANTing permissions properly for MSQL DB users. If you dont want to recreate a user that was affected by this just assign them to the same DB again and it will prompt for what privileges it should have again but this time actually set them!
If you are using Django and wish to check what version it is using you can issue the following from the command line in linux.
This will launch python, and you should be at a prompt such as >>> . Enter the next 2 commands. To exit python press CTRL-D.
On a side note if you wish to know the python version also run the following:
(Update 6-12-2011: Meego 1.2 was released on 5-19-2011, and nothing has changed in this setup, so this guide still applies to getting your broadcom wireless chipset to run. Thus why it it named “.. and above” )
So you are running the newest Meego OS for your netbook, ( wait you are not? Then you should! ) and you have a netbook using a Broadcom wireless device you will see wireless does not work. Well since Meego (and Moblin before that) is in part a project of Intel, only Intel chipsets are supported out of the box (which is a very large number of netbooks). But if you are like me and own an HP netbook (1030NR) then the Broadcom chipset for wireless will not work and you need to find or build your own driver.
In the past I had looked to Slaine.org and Andy Bleaden for help with this issue. Slaine would build his own driver and provide it to users to install. While Andy, did very nice job showing how to build your own. And using this method it will always work without waiting for someone to compile some drivers and package them.
So here I am today. Meego just pushed out 1.1.4. This included a new Linux kernel also. Which means my wifi no longer works. So I am writing this as a more copy and paste (with some manual changes) to allow me to rebuild the driver and install it again quickly. (If you want pictures go see Andy Bleaden’s blog).
First make sure to hook up the network for a wired ethernet connection (remember wireless doesnt work) and for good measure make sure you have the power adapter pluged in (dont want it to die on you in the middle of your work). Now open a terminal up. (Applications -> System Tools)
Next go ahead and download the Broadcom drivers from their website DRIVERS ( http://www.broadcom.com/support/802.11/linux_sta.php ) It would be useless to link to this as they will change, but as of this post the current ones are 22.214.171.124 file name hybrid-portsrc_x86_32-v5_100_82_38.tar.gz . Keep in mind where you downloaded this driver. By default it should be in /home/your-username/Downloads . If you used wget then whatever folder you were in as you ran the command.
Now for some commands (in the boxes with what the command does on the next line):
(switch to the folder you downloaded the driver in)
(make sure you are up to date)
(get the tools to be able to build the driver)
(make a folder to work in)
(move the driver to the wireless folder)
(extract the driver from the compressed archive, protip: type hyb and hit tab)
(start fresh and then create the wireless driver)
(this will give you the linux kernel number you are currently running)
(copy the new driver to the wireless folder for the kernel, ie 126.96.36.199-17.1-netbook)
(kernel dependency stuff)
You should see right away you now have wireless! (no reboot needed) Now the next time Meego updates you can quickly and easily get your wireless up and running again using the official Broadcom drivers.
But that lone guy and all his friends can cause more trouble than the others combined!
Nice list and looking to add to it.
- Yeah, Windows is great… I used it to download Linux.
- A fool and his money are soon venture capital.
- If Windows is the answer, it must have been a stupid question. — Filip Van Raemdonck
- No trees were destroyed in the sending of this message, however, a significant number of electrons were terribly inconveniencd.
- Infinite loop: see ‘Loop, infinite’. Loop, infinite: see ‘Infinite loop’. — Luca De Vitis
- There are only 10 types of people in this world… those who understand binary, and those who don’t.
- If God had intended for email to be written in HTML, then the traditional signoff of prayers would be — Tom Liston
- No .sig for you! NEXT!
- Using the internet as it was originally intended… for the further research of pipebombs.
- : Every cloud has a silver lining (except for the mushroom shaped ones, which have a lining of Iridium & Strontium 90) — Sean Dwyer
- My other computer is your Windows box. — Shot (Piotr Szotkowski)
- Only 10% are Mac users. But remember, we’re the top 10%
- Sendmail administration is not black magic. There are legitimate technical reasons why it requires the sacrifice of a live chicken.
- There are two rules for success: 1. Never tell everything you know. — Tobias Toedter
- A Microsoft Certified System Engineer is to information technology as a McDonalds Certified Food Specialist is to the culinary arts — Michael Bacarella
- Hi! I’m a .signature virus. Copy me into your ~/.signature to help me spread!
- find / -user your -name base -print | xargs chown us:us
- Sendmail is like emacs: A nice operating system, but missing an editor and a MTA
- 90% of statistics are made up on the spot.
- Contentsofsignaturemaysettleduringshipping. — Mike Beattie
- Differences are good. If two people agree, one of them is redundant — Brian White
- This message was brought to you by the numbers 0 and 1.
- A mathematician is a machine for converting coffee into theorems.
- Instead try to realize, that there is no sig.
- Long noun chains don’t automatically imply security. — Bruce Schneier
- C:\DOS. C:\DOS RUN. RUN DOS RUN
- I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by — Douglas Adams
- Never underestimate the power of very stupid people in large groups — Mike Beattie
- “In the beginning was the word, and the word was content-type: text/plain” – Martin Schulze
- That which does not kill me makes me stronger. That which does kill me I’ll deal with when I respawn.
- It’s not denial. I’m just selective about the reality I accept. — Bill Watterson
- Anyone who quotes me in their sig is an idiot — Rusty Russell
- Real men send email in plain text
- scp $FAV_RESTAURANT:$FAV_FOOD /dev/stomach
- Microsoft is to operating systems & security …. …. what McDonalds is to gourmet cooking.
- A mouse is a device used to point at the xterm you want to type in.
- When an engineer says that something can’t be done, it’s a code phrase that means it’s not fun to do.
- “Emacs is a nice OS, but to compete with Linux or Windows it needs a better text editor” — Alexander Duscheleit
- If it’s not broken, let’s fix it till it is.
- Nothing screams poor workmanship more than wrinkles in the duct tape
- A polar bear is a rectangular bear after a coordinate transform.
- If you play the Windows2000 CD backwards, you get a satanic message. If you play it forwards, it installs Windows2000!
- I used to have a sig, but it took up too much space so I got rid of it!
- I am root. If you see me laughing, you better have a backup!
- Somewhere, there is a .sig so funny that reading it will cause an aneurism. This is not that .sig.
- Microsoft – “Where do you want to go today?” Translation – “Let us take you for a ride.”
- Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature.
- Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted.
- I’ve already told you more than I know.
- To understand recursion, we must first understand recursion
- checkuary, n: The thirteenth month of the year. Begins New Year’s Day and ends when a person stops absentmindedly writing the old year on his checks.
- The following is only a sig. The preceding is only a disclaimer.
- Be incomprehensible. If they can’t understand you, they can’t disagree with you.
- People replying to my sig annoy me. That’s why I change it all the time.
- “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” –Thomas Edison
- Sigmentation fault. Comment dumped.
- This is not a sig. I am too lazy to steal one, perhaps you could loan me yours?
- I lost my .sig in the ashtray…
- [dpkg] We are the apt. Resistance is futile. You will be packaged.
- A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station…
- If at first you don’t succeed, give up skydiving
- When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.
- Getting rid of all the bad in the world, one lawyer at a time…
- All things are possible, except skiing thru a revolving door.
- Enjoy your job, make lots of money, work within the law. Choose any two.
- “In theory, there’s no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is.” – Flash Gordon, M.D.
- Lead me not into temptation, for I can find it myself
- Sig Removed Due To Utter Lameness
- The problem with making computers complete idiots can use is you have complete idiots using computers.
- All social problems have a technical solution. That solution may or may not be socially acceptable.
- “easy as 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884”
- I had a sig, but it didn’t want to be seen with me, so I chain it to every post now
- The above was written as part of an attempt to waste time
- I’d have a really cool .sig, but right now I can’t even remember my own damn name.
- This sig temporarily on hiatus for retooling.
- This is not a sig. It may look like a sig, but trust me, it’s not.
- Kaa’s Law: In any sufficiently large group of people most are idiots.
- “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” – Anne Frank
- To decode this comment into a readable form, rot13 it twice.
- “Begin at the beginning”, the King said gravely, “and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”
- Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound.
- load “linux”,8,1
- The most stable NT box is the one that is powered down and filled with concrete.
- I used to have a tasty sig. But I ate it.
- DTA – Death To Acronyms
- [Connection closed by foreign host]
- C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32>tracert life.liberty.pursuit-of-happiness
- And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us some e-mail
- Microsoft may not be the / of all evil but it is not for lack of trying
- This is just a test…….. if this was an actual sig, you would have been mildly amused……….
- Let’s call it an accidental feature. — Larry Wall
- If ignorance is bliss, wipe the smile off my face
- I’ll get a cell phone when they prise it into my cold, dead fingers.
- NO CARRIER
- This post uses only 100% recycled electrons.
- (Disclaimer: This is a joke. If you have a serious response to this post, please seek professional help. And don’t drink so much coffee.)
- If it was said on slashdot, it MUST be true!
- Microsoft: What do you want to reinstall today?
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