How To Secure Your Database (MySQL)

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Your data is essential to your Web database application. You have spent valuable time developing your database, and it contains important information entered by you or by your users. In this post, I will show you how to protect your data from hackers. 
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How To Recover MySQL Root Password

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Suppose you accidentally deleted MySQL’s root account or forgot what it is. In this case, this post explains how to recover MySQL root password by setting a new MySQL password.
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How To Install Thunderbird 6.0 On Ubuntu

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Thunderbird is a free email application that’s easy to set up and customize. If you want the latest version, let’s go to and get it! You need to decompress the installation files before starting to use it. In my case:
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How To Manage Database Using phpMyAdmin 3.4 On CentOS 6 (MySQL)

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A database needs to be able to receive information for storage and to deliver information on request. You’re likely to perform four types of task on your database: adding information, updating information, retrieving information and removing information.
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How To Create A New Database Using phpMyAdmin 3.4 (MySQL)

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I this post, I explain how to create your new database on your local computer or on a Web hosting account. After you create a new database, you can add tables to it.
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How To Install phpMyAdmin 3.4 On CentOS 6

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In my previous post, you knew how to set up your own website with Apache, MySQL and PHP on CentOS 6. Today, I’ll show you how to use phpMyAdmin 3.4 to manage your MySQL server. This software provides a user interface that greatly simplifies your interactions with MySQL.
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How To Organize Your Database (MySQL)

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MySQL is an RDBMS (Relational Database Management System), which means that the data is organized into tables. You can establish relationships between the tables in the database. Here are the steps for organizing your data into tables:
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Setting Your Own Website On CentOS 6 (PHP 5 & MySQL 5)

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If you’re setting up your own Web server from scratch, you have to install a Web server, PHP, and MySQL – as well as maintain, administer, and update the system yourself. Here are the general steps that lead to your dynamic Web site:
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How To Install CentOS 6 Step By Step

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This guide will help you install CentOS 6 smoothly. There're some things that you  should notice before starting to install CentOS 6. First, your memory must be at least 384MB (no Desktop) or 512MB (Desktop).  Then you should enable PAE on your CPU. Now we start to install your Linux machine:
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Setting Up A Secure DNS Server On CentOS 5.6 (RHEL)

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Domain Name Service is what translates websites name into an IP address so that the site may be accessed. This translation occurs when you are connecting to other systems on your network through their hostnames instead of their IP addresses. 
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How To Set Up FTP Server On CentOS 5.6 (RHEL)

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File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is one of the easiest to use, and most convenient. To transfer a file using the FTP protocol, a user must log in to an FTP server, which can be done with credentials or anonymously. 
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