Linux Archive

How to Use ntpdate to Sync Time in Linux?

Ntpdate is a console utility that can be used as an NTP client in various Linux distros to synchronize the local time of a host with the global time on an NTP server. Installing ntpdate Utility in Linux The ntpdate command is not installed by default in most Linux

How to Reset Root Password in MySQL and MariaDB?

In older versions of MySQL, if you forgot or lost the root password for MySQL, you could view the current password in the my.cnf file. In modern versions of MySQL and MariaDB this trick won’t work. Let’s take a look at how to reset the root password on MySQL

Configuring SSH Key-Based Authentication on Linux

The Internet is full of manuals on how to configure the SSH key-based authentication on a Linux server. Every time we have to do this, we were searching for additional information, because we always forget some nuances. At this time, we decided to write instruction for us and for