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Turn Fedora 25 into a powerful Database Server with MariaDB

Turn Fedora 25 into a powerful Database Server with MariaDB

Its now time to play with Fedora 25 Server. On this tutorial, I will show you how to install the latest version of MariaDB database server on Fedora 25 Server. ¬†The latest stable version of MariaDB 10.1 is available¬†for Fedora 25. We can install it via Terminal. With MariaDB, we can turn our Fedora 25 […]

January 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Install MariaDB Server on Arch Linux

Install MariaDB Server on Arch Linux

This tutorial is going to show you how to install MariaDB Server on Arch Linux and all derivatives. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL Server which is open source, robust, stable and powerful. MariaDB has been used my millions users around the world to power up their websites and other purposes. Steps to install MariaDB […]

January 9, 2017 | By | Reply More
How to enable remote access to Mariadb Server on Ubuntu 16.04

How to enable remote access to Mariadb Server on Ubuntu 16.04

In my previous tutorial, I have guided you how to install Mariadb Server on Ubuntu 16.04. By default, Mariadb management is limited to localhost only. This means, you won’t be able to access or manage the database server from the computer outsite your network. We need a little trick to enable remote access to Mariadb […]

August 2, 2016 | By | Reply More
How to install MariaDb Server on Ubuntu 16.04 Server

How to install MariaDb Server on Ubuntu 16.04 Server

MariaDb is a free and powerful relational database, fork of the popular MySQL Server. MariaDb is compatible with MySQL Server as well. This tutorial is going to install MariaDb server on Ubuntu 16.04 Server. Its pretty easy to install MariaDb on Ubuntu Server. Steps to install MariaDb on Ubuntu 16.04 Server You can find a […]

July 29, 2016 | By | Reply More
How to completely remove MariaDb from Debian 8

How to completely remove MariaDb from Debian 8

I was having some problem with MariaDb installed on my Debian 8 Jessie. I want to uninstall it and then reinstall it from the scratch. I don’t want to keep any information, settings or configuration on my existing MariaDb installation. In order to completely remove MariaDb from Debian, you can follow these steps. It works […]

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