I am really annoyed by Windows message that pops up every time when I access my network share asking me to enter my credentials.
I have Samba share running on my D-Link DNS-320 NAS with two shared volumes that I have mounted as network drives Y and Z.
Assignment of drives will work until you restart your PC. After restart you will be presented withe message like this: Continue reading “Remove enter network password popup when accessing your shares”
First install on both servers rsync and test that rsync works with password:
rsync -avz -e 'ssh -p SSHREMOTEPORT' /home/user/ email@example.com:/home/user/
Continue reading “Rsync over SSH without password”
You can telnet to your printer IP by using:
In case you have forgotten your root password for MySQL database, you can change it by first killing all mysql processes with:
killall mysql or /etc/init.d/mysql stop (for Debian users)
Now you have to start mysql again with this command:
mysqld --skip-grant-tables &
Continue reading “MySQL root user hack”
After you tried to log in with root user three times and got the message “maximum number of log ins exceeded” you have to restart the computer.
On the GRUB menu, press “E” once to enable edit, and press “E” again on the kernel line to edit it. Near the end of this line change value “ro” to “rw” and add “init=/bin/bash” at the end of this line.
Now boot into Linux and you will have root shell access where you can change the password or do whatever you please.