• How to use the MySQL Wizard in cPanel
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    How to use the MySQL Wizard in cPanel

    Login to your cPanel Click on MySQL Database Wizard under databases Enter a name for the database In the next step, enter a username Use the password generator to create a strong password Make sure to save the password somewhere safe Click create user Select the priviliges you would like the user to have The database has been setup

  • Install WordPress manually in cPanel without softaculous – bangla
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    Install WordPress manually in cPanel without softaculous – bangla

    We have searched in Google “Download WordPress” We have searched in Google “Download WordPress” Now Clicked on Download Button Download Completed, Now we need to upload in cPanel We may cut the Downloaded WordPress setup file into desktop Or let it be here in the folder, we will set the folder when upload now we are in cPanel, we will now open File manager After clicking file manager Now we will upload but… We will upload the file inside “public_html” and then we will select cms folder (My target is to install WP on that folder) So now inside CMS folder Now clicked on Upload I can’t install that zip…

  • Gary Flake: is Pivot a turning point for web exploration?
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    Gary Flake: is Pivot a turning point for web exploration?

    If I can leave you with one big idea today, it’s that the whole of the data in which we consume is greater that the sum of the parts, and instead of thinking about information overload, what I’d like you to think about is how we can use information so that patterns pop and we can see trends that would otherwise be invisible. So what we’re looking at right here is a typical mortality chart organized by age. This tool that I’m using here is a little experiment. It’s called Pivot, and with Pivot what I can do is I can choose to filter in one particular cause of deaths…

  • Installing multiple WordPress  instances using same database
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    Installing multiple WordPress instances using same database

    hi friends welcome to this video a lot of users have asked me this question that if they want to install two WordPress (instances) on same database how can they do it so in this video I can I will show you how to install two or maybe more WordPress you can say instances using the same MySQL database so I have a WordPress was already installed in this directly test and if I go to this folder I will open two tabs in this folder like WP config I will just show you that I have installed WordPress and I’m using the database test one so I will be…

  • End of support guidance for Windows Server & SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2
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    End of support guidance for Windows Server & SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2

    >>End of support for both Windows Server and SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 is coming up fast. The first deadline is July 9th, 2019. While that may sound like a far off future, it’s important to plan your migration and upgrade strategy today. The first reason not to wait is security. Once end of support hits, security updates stop, which means companies will be on their own in a threat landscape that’s more dangerous than ever. Security breaches happen every day. If it happens to you, how would you like to explain to your CEO and shareholders that you were running unsupported software and that it might have led…

  • Deploying and Exploring SQL Server on Linux
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    Deploying and Exploring SQL Server on Linux

    >>Hi. I’m Bob Ward, from Microsoft from the SQL engineering team. I’m here to show you today a brief demonstration of the deployment experience of SQL Server on Linux, and a brief tour of some of the tools we’ve built to connect to SQL Server on Linux. Now in front of you, is a popular tool called MobaXterm that I’m running on Windows. I’m using that to connect it into a secured shell to a Linux server running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. On Red Hat, the package manager’s called Yum and so we have an RPM package format that adheres the yum package manager. So the first step I’m going…