How To Remove or Delete a MySQL User Account


This article covers the basics of using the DROP USER statement used to delete MySQL user account. Follow the step-by-step instructions and remove one or multiple accounts in a matter of seconds.

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How to Create MySQL User Account and Grant Privileges


MySQL is a database application for Linux. It’s part of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack that powers many features on the internet. A MySQL installation starts by default with a root user, but it’s better to create a specific user account…

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Linux File Permission Tutorial: How to Check and Change Permissions


The file permission feature specifies how much power each user has over a given file or directory. To understand Linuxfile permissions, you need to get to know the different permission classes and levels. Once you have learned how to interpret…

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Chown Command: How to Change Linux File Ownership


The chown command changes user ownership of a file, directory, or link in Linux. Every file is associated with an owning user or group in Linux. Make sure to configure file and folder permissions properly. This tutorial will show you how to execute…

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How to Reset or Change MySQL Root Password on Linux or Windows


MySQL is a database management system. It’s operated under the Open Source software model and has become a very popular software package for web application software. Like many web services, MySQL has an administrator-level or root password. The…

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