Reference: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/recover-mysql-root-password.html (partly copied to avoid loosing source)
# /etc/init.d/mysql stopStopping MySQL database server: mysqld.
# mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables & 5988 Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /var/lib/mysql mysqld_safe: started
# mysql -u rootWelcome to the MySQL monitor.
The documentation to install BigBlueButton 0.64 on CentOS (and on most other distributions) is really excellent. However, I found that CentOS 5.5 had not been documented yet, so I tried it and run into a few problems. I explain below how to get it all sorted out. I installed CentOS5.5 from a DVD in "server" mode, so without graphical interface.
There's a short but great article about setting up PHPEclipse with Xdebug here: http://bogdan-albei.blogspot.com/2010/06/php-remote-debugging-with-xdebug-and.html I really don't want to forget this one!
I've been trying to find the kind of PHP library that allows you to quick-generate an HTML form a basic XML structure. Apparently there is no such thing, so here you can find some code that will help you do that (you still have to build the form tags from outside the function).
Introduction: the requirementsA customer of ours wanted a website which could manage the integration of just about any external content (meaning video, audio, images, but also Google docs, slides from Slideshare and books from Scribd) in a 'Resource' content type.
Update 2010-12-21: A really serious security flaw has been detected in Exim 4 < 0.70.
Just as a reminder:
- use the disk sharing icon at the bottom of he VirtualBox window to setup a shared directory (let's say you give it a name of "shareddir")
- go inside the VirtualBox window
- if you haven't installed the VirtualBox Guest Additions (commonly referred to as GA), please do so from the "Devices" menu of your Virtual Box window
- open a terminal (Execute cmd)
- type "net use x: \vboxsrvshareddir"
System error 67 has occured.
Let's say you want to install Chamilo on your netbook for a demo... Because Apache uses a lot of memory (and so does MySQL), it is generally considered a good practice to try and use something a bit lighter for your web server This procedure might also work, with a few minor alterations, for OLPC's XO laptops.