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This cheat-sheet is a quick rundown on adding an additional database to an existing MariaDB master-slave replication setup. The distro-agnostic instructions cover key steps such as creating and exporting databases, granting privileges, and configuring replication settings. Use this guide as a refresher when you need to sync an additional database.
Setting up a Samba share on your Linux Mint system can be a great way to share files between multiple computers on a local network, regardless of the operating system they’re running. With Samba, you can create a shared directory on your Linux Mint machine and access it from your Windows machine, allowing you to easily transfer files between the two. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process of installing and configuring Samba on Linux Mint, creating a shared directory, setting up a Samba user, and connecting to the Samba share from a Windows 10 machine. We’ll also show you how to map the Samba share to a drive on your Windows 10 machine for added convenience.
Yay is like a special helper that makes it easier to install new software on your Arch Linux system. With Yay, you can find and install lots of different programs, and Yay will help you take care of all the details like making sure you have everything you need to run the program. This guide will show you how to set up Yay on your computer and start using it to find and install all kinds of cool new programs.
Paru is a flexible and efficient AUR helper that can make installing and managing packages from the Arch User Repository (AUR) much easier. This tutorial will guide you through the process of installing Paru on your Arch Linux system, and give you an overview of its basic functionality. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Arch Linux user, this tutorial should provide you with a useful resource for optimizing your system and exploring the vast world of the AUR.
If you have multiple computers in your small office and want to share files between them, setting up a Samba share on your Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) system can be a great solution. Samba is an open-source implementation of the SMB/CIFS networking protocol that enables file and printer sharing between different operating systems, including […]