Before installing debian, You need to prepare tftp server and connect to guruplug via serial console. Also You’ll need UTP cable for network connection and SD card for installing the base system.
If you tired of having same old apache, and want something more fast and reliable, you can install nginx + php-fpm. Firstly you need to install new repo, to have ability to add those packages. And php-fpm works out of the box (without need to patch PHP) with version PHP 5.3. Official repository does not have this version yet.
The first thing you have to do, is to read this: http://loginroot.com/disclaimer/ Before installing uboot to guruplug server plus you have to set few things. You have to be able to connect to Guruplug via serial connection. The second thing, is to have tftp server up and running. Also you need to have utp cable (to transfer the image to guruplug) and the boot image itself.
If you cannot connect to guruplug for some reason via lan interface, for example sshd stopped running or just firewalled yourself out of it, you can connect to it using serial connection.
For some tasks, like loading bootloader you need to have tftp server. Here are few steps to set it up and get it running.
It happens quite often, that You need to do something on database, which was installed long long time ago. And nobody remembers the root password. Kinda good practice is to save mysql password in root user directory with a “.” in front of it (hidden), for example .my.cnf Nobody can read root users directory, except root, and anyway, root user can change mysql password at any time, so it’s not an security issue. If all users are able to see root users directory, that is a problem :) Easy steps how to recover mysql root password.
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