Author: Rahul

I, Rahul Kumar am the founder and chief editor of TecAdmin.net. I am a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and working as an IT professional since 2009..

The VirtualBox 6.1 is the latest major released by the by the Oracle team. This version is released with various performance improvements over the previous major releases. This article helps you to install VirtualBox on Debian 10 Buster Linux system. Step 1 – Prerequisites Login to your Debian 10 Buster Linux desktop system with sudo privileges user. Then update the currently installed packages on your system. To do this simply run the following commands. sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade Step 2 – Setup Apt Repository Now, import the Oracle public key to your system, which has signed the Debian…

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The latest MySQL servers come with a validate password plugin. This plugin configures a password policy to make server MySQL more secure. While changing the password, I got the error: ERROR 1819 (HY000): Your password does not satisfy the current policy requirements Remove MySQL Validate Password Plugin In this option, you can simply uninstall the validate_password plugin from your MySQL server. Login to the MySQL command prompt as root user and run the following command on command prompt.

If you don’t need to uninstall the plugin, then simply change the password policy of MySQL.

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The latest MySQL servers come with a validate password plugin. This plugin configures a password policy to make MySQL server more secure. While changing the password, I got the error: ERROR 1819 (HY000): Your password does not satisfy the current policy requirements Follow below tutorial to change password policy level for MySQL. Alternatively, you can also use this tutorial to remove the password policy plugin. Change MySQL Password Policy To change the default password policy level, we can change the settings at runtime using the command line or in the config file (my.cnf/mysqld.cnf) permanently. Login to MySQL command prompt and…

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Nextcloud provides data access using web interface. It also provides options to sync and share across devices—all under your control. This tutorial will help you to install Nextcloud on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Linux operating system. Step 1 – Prerequsites The first of all, to set up Nextcloud you must have running LAMP server on your Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic system. If you already have running LAMP stack skip this step else use the following commands to install it. Install PHP Let’s start with the installation of PHP version 5.6 or higher version on your Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic systems.…

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Nextcloud provides data access using web interface. It also provides options to sync and share across devices—all under your control. This tutorial will help you to install Nextcloud on Debian 10, Debian 9 and Debian 9 Linux operating system. Step 1 – Prerequsites The first of all, to set up Nextcloud you must have running LAMP server on your Debian 9 system. If you already have running LAMP stack skip this step else use the following commands to install it. Install PHP First of all, Install the latest version of PHP on your Debian 9 Stretch system. So import the…

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Selenium is an automated web testing framework. Using this we can automate the browser functioning for testing any web application. Using selenium you can run predefined code to navigate between multiple pages and test application with predefined rules. This tutorial will help you to setup Selenium with Firefox on Ubuntu, Debian and LinuxMint systems. Read This: Setup Selenium with ChromeDriver on Ubuntu Step 1 – Prerequisites Execute the following commands to install required packages on your system. Here Xvfb (X virtual framebuffer) is an in-memory display server for a UNIX-like operating system (e.g., Linux). It implements the X11 display server…

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ownCloud is a software application provide self hosted file hosting services. You can install owncloud application on your server and use it as your own file server. Where you can easily upload/sync files from client machine. It also provides options to sync and share across devices—all under your control. This tutorial will help you to set up your own file hosting server with the ownCloud on Debian 9 Strech Linux operating system. Step 1 – Prerequsites The first of all, to set up ownCloud you must have running LAMP server on your Debian 9 system. If you already have running…

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Welcome to our comprehensive tutorial on installing Zabbix Server on Debian, a powerful, open-source monitoring solution. Zabbix offers a robust set of features to track network performance, server health, and other critical infrastructure components. Debian, known for its stability and security, makes an ideal host for your Zabbix installation. Whether you’re an IT professional, system administrator, or tech enthusiast, this guide aims to provide you with a clear, detailed pathway for setting up Zabbix on a Debian server. Step 1: Preparing Your Debian System Before diving into the installation of Zabbix, it’s crucial to ensure that your Debian system is…

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Questions: How do I check the current date and time in JavaScript? What’s the way to format the date as YYYY-MM-DD in JavaScript? How can I display the time as H:i:s in JavaScript? Knowing the current date and time is essential in many aspects of daily life, and JavaScript can help you with this. The Date object in JavaScript allows you to access the current date and time, but it usually shows the time based on your computer’s settings, not the global standard time. To get more precise timings, you might need to use specific JavaScript tools. Additionally, JavaScript lets…

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Question – How to Append an Item to Array in JavaScript. How do I append any element to end of the existing Array in JavaScript? How to push element to array in JavaScript? This tutorial uses javascript push() function to insert or append a new element to end of the Array. JavaScript – Append Element to Array The following example creates an initial array with two elements (as “black”,”blue”). After that use javascript push() function to append new element (“white”) to the array.

Output: [ ‘black’, ‘blue’, ‘white’ ]

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