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  1. hello dear experts meanwhile i have tried to install wp on a rootserver that is administrated by my friend i have got issues while trying to establish a db connection. then i tried to run a test-teh connection script which gives back the following results Warning: mysqli_connect(): (HY000/2002): No such file or directory in /sites/ on line 2 Warning: mysqli_error() expects exactly 1 parameter, 0 given in /sites/ on line 4 Could not connect: well - what does this script-results say - do i have issues and errors in the path of the pipe!?do i have to do corrections here * For information on other constants that can be used for debugging, * visit the Codex. * * @link */ define( 'WP_DEBUG', false ); /* That's all, stop editing! Happy publishing. */ /** Absolute path to the WordPress directory. */ if ( ! defined( 'ABSPATH' ) ) { define( 'ABSPATH', dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/' ); } /** Sets up WordPress vars and included files. */ require_once( ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php' ); well - i am musing what is going on here
  2. hello dear Armbian-experts, How to do a command line test of a connection remotely well - there are several ways to test the DB connection remotely, while the access of the MySQL server from another Linux® server. See - for example the following - that uses as the IP address of the MySQL server: # mysql -u fooUser -p -h Enter password: Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g. Your MySQL connection id is 17 Server version: 5.0.45 Source distribution Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the buffer. mysql> _ some musings: When you set up a remote user, consider the following information: A local user is of course very very different from a remote user. For example, we can say fooUser@localhost is not the same as fooUser@ If we will want both users to have the same permissions, we need to duplicate permissions. Well we have to admit that it is a fact that we cannot recommend granting ALL permissions. For standard users, we recommend granting GRANT SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE permissions. Honestly - to speak frankly: To grant access to only a specific table, we can use the database.table command. some examples: Lemme give soom Examples; let us take for example, in the preceding step, you could use fooDatabase.fooTable instead of fooDatabase. what do you say..!?
  3. od day dear all, i _2019_06_05_Verses_for_google_calendar.ods!? see the differnt formats - in calc- and in a printed sheme.... or in other words - ready to print. question how to arrange to port to the google-calendar!? i guess that i need to make sure that the Start Date column is formatted MM/dd/yyyy. Since i only need all day events i guess that i'll just need a, Start Date column, not the End Date or Time columns. I'm not sure if i need to work over the multiple "Description" columns though... guess that i have to merge them into a single column I suppose. well it does not work at all
  4. hello dear experts Where would you recommend me to store the Keepass-file? Well - for most of the use-cases usually i have all my personal documents in my cloud account. The pro: i can access it from everywhere in the world. With any device. But besides that i am not so sure if this is safe. Especially if it comes to such things like keepass: Some friends mentioned that it is not so safe: Question; would it be safe to use the cloud for the keepass-file? Can i secure it even further, by adding another (extra) layer of security by encrypting the file. the generalized question is this: How safe is it to store the keepass-file in the (wrong place) like in the cloud? What risks do I need to know about? What can I do with the KeePass password file, there are several arguments to decide where to store it. if the passwords are really, really important to someone, one should make the decision based on: - the possible risk of the file being hacked by some hackers - what can we do if we consider to get hacked - what if someone may compromise the file just with a hack - is it preferable that the DB file not get in the wild, - there may be more and other terrible risks - which one do you take into consideration"? so there some difficult questions arise: What should i do - what can be done with the passwd. Can I secure it even further, by adding another extra layer of security by encrypting the file i am going to store in cloud storage online. look forward to hear from you Well i guess: The best place to store the Keepass DB file is wherever it is most convenient for someone. With a sufficiently strong and arbitrarily defined password - like so: 3112-.,,2-1^^^ and so forth. Well i think that we should make use of a long password (30+ characters) well one that is not guessable outside of brute force Belive it or not: i have heared that some like storing the Keepass DB in Google Drive. Question; is this not a big big security hole!?
  5. hello dear all, I've been using the lm-sensors tool for years now - first time in Ubuntu and now i want to use it in Manjaro - my actually fav system LM-Sensors - it does a lot: It monitors CPU temperature, the fan speeds, and - additionally - also the motherboard voltages that could be measured. After using it for some time in Ubuntu - my previous fav-linux.i now want to use some advanced uses of lm-sensors - i have heard that we can use it in combination with some graphical interfaces to interact with it. first i have to do the Installation: step one: Install lm-sensors, then run it with no options to see what it does: $ sensors coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Physical id 0: +47.0°C (high = +90.0°C, crit = +120.0°C) Core 0: +45.0°C (high = +90.0°C, crit = +120.0°C) Core 1: +47.0°C (high = +90.0°C, crit = +120.0°C) Core 2: +44.0°C (high = +90.0°C, crit = +120.0°C) Core 3: +46.0°C (high = +90.0°C, crit = +120.0°C) This is on an Ubuntu PC. My Manjaro system installs it a bit different i think - and afterwards i have to take care for the configuration, on older systems - (note 10 years ago i used Ubuntu) i have followed another setup: then i go ahead: Run sensors-detect to set it up to detect the sensors and the temp of the CPU. in the past i have learned that the safest method and way to do a setup and basic configuration of lm-sensors is to accept all of the defaults by: $ sudo sensors-detect # sensors-detect revision xyz (2019-01-30 12:00:33 +0200) and.... after getting the first scan - we can the setup in modify /etc/modules: but how to go ahead now.... how to combine it the get the advanced features - and graphical output!?
  6. hello dear guidol - many many thanks for the quick reply . I am glad to hear from you but while trying to achieve data from the system i get back the following> see what i have done Note - as mentioned above: i Just wanted to get info bout the kernel: in latests Armbian we can find armbian specific info in following file /etc/armbian-release see what i have got back... bash: /etc/armbian-release: Permission denied martin@bananapi:~$ su Password: root@bananapi:/home/martin# /etc/armbian-release bash: /etc/armbian-release: Permission denied root@bananapi:/home/martin# i will try to go ahead and find out more. I will come back later the day and report all the findings. Have a great day.
  7. hello dear All, first of all - i am very glad to be here in this great forum. i have heard that i can run Armbian on Orange Pi as well. And i have also heard some thing regading H6. The implementation of the PCI Express controller of H 6 is known to be broken. Is it still the case. Is there any extended H6-support through armbian?
  8. hello dear all, i am running Armbian on a Banana Pi for more than one month - all goes well No i wanted to do some checks - and i wanted to check the version of the kernel on bash - with /etc/armbian-version but this is only accessible when logged in as superuser At the moment i do not remember the credentials for the super user so i enter su and then a passwd - but i get back "Authentification failure" BTW: with password 1234 i do not succeed. question: What can i do now!?
  9. dear community i own a udoo quad which Armbian does fit to this hardware? love to hear from you
  10. dear community i am so glad to be here on this great forum - this is a great place. i have installed Armbian on a. banana pi b. orange-pi and futhermore i will try to install it on Udoo Quad at the moment i am workin on a new plan: i am planning a Wi-Fi controlled rc-car using Arduino UNO, ESP8266 Websockets or UDP the question that arises here. how would you decide? i want to create an Arduino project about a Wi-Fi controlled (ESP8266) RC car using. - with a tight budget you can’t really buy everything you need at once. what is needed: An Arduino UNO An ESP8266 An L298N motor driver - with or without H-bridge An LF33CV 3.3V regulator An RC car Also batteries that meet your needs / much better: a power-pack regarding the protocolls - not yet every decision is made: - which protocol should i use!? - WebSocket protocol or UDP-protocoll? i need to figure out what else is needed to run this project with ESP8266 / NodeMCU one. what is WebSocket Protocol? guess that i first will try out to go with the WebSocket-approach but furthermore: well after setting up all with a WebSocket-approach i afterwards will also try controlling the car with other protocols like HTTP or UDP to see the difference, if any. what do you think?
  11. hello dear all, good day dear Armbian-experts recently i have managed to get Armbian up and running on a Banana Pi. I was very very glad. now i am digging deeper into the system and try to learn all the necessary things. regarding another system: on orange pi -pc i want to install armbian - from this page i fetch Armbian Stretch mainline kernel 4.14.y Server or light desktop usage scenarios. Stable question: can i upgrade after the installation the system to the newest kernel... ?!? Is this possible?
  12. Hello dear commnuity have installed armbian banana pi m2 kernel 4.19 on a BPI How to get the graphical configuration screen!?
  13. hello and good evening Armbian-experts, Can I use GitHub as free unlimited cloud storage? well i guess no btw: I have found out the following: **conclusion:** well - i guess that the github folders are public unless to pay for service? **but wait:** What about Bitbucket: this seems to be a good idea - Bitbucket has free private repos. love to hear from you
  14. hello dear experts i am on the search for a X2go solution for RASPI i have had a quick lookup here at and well i am not very sure if i can run the x2goserver packages on a ARM Guess that they are only available for intel platforms. No ARM packages. I don't know if it's possible to build your own. Does anybody know some more - do the X2Go rund very slow on arm cf: