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  • Select a MySQL Database on Linux via Command Line1:56

    Select a MySQL Database on Linux via Command Line

    In the third video in this series, we describe how to select a MySQL/MariaDB database in Linux via the command line. We will be logged in as root working from a CentOS 6.5 server.

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  • Show (List) MySQL Databases on Linux via Command Line1:23

    Show (List) MySQL Databases on Linux via Command Line

    In this video, we demonstrate to you how to show or list your databases via a command line interface (CLI). This will list all MySQL databases. We will be working from CentOS 7.

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  • Generations Homecare System - Video Case Study | Liquid Web2:48

    Generations Homecare System - Video Case Study | Liquid Web

    With Liquid Web, Generations Homecare evolved from a locally installed scheduling software to a HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based management system. See how.

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  • How to Add a User and Grant Root Privileges on CentOS 72:20

    How to Add a User and Grant Root Privileges on CentOS 7

    Learn how to add a user and grant root privileges on a CentOS 7 server. Upon completion, you should now have a user setup by the name of mynewuser which can use sudo to run commands as root.

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  • Change a Password for MySQL on Linux via Command Line2:05

    Change a Password for MySQL on Linux via Command Line

    In video one of this video series on MySQL Command Line, we describe how to change a password for a MySQL user via the Command Line.

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  • Create a MySQL Database on Linux via Command Line1:25

    Create a MySQL Database on Linux via Command Line

    In the second video in this video series on MySQL via Command Line, we describe how to create a MySQL database via the Linux Command line.

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  • How to Remove a User on CentOS 71:54

    How to Remove a User on CentOS 7

    In the second video in this video series on Users via Command Line 101, we describe how to remove a user in CentOS 7.

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  • How To List Users in CentOS 72:27

    How To List Users in CentOS 7

    We’ll show you how to see a list of users after logging into your Liquid Web CentOS 7 server. Once you’ve logged in via SSH, you’ll be able to run the commands below and get the information you need.

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  • How to Install Python on CentOS 82:01

    How to Install Python on CentOS 8

    In this video, we describe how to Install Python on CentOS 8. We show you how to install Python 2 and Python 3.

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  • How to Create a Cron Task in Ubuntu6:16

    How to Create a Cron Task in Ubuntu

    In this video, we describe how to create a cron task in Ubuntu. Cron jobs are an incredibly useful Linux tool aimed at saving you time by scheduling tasks within your server. See how it works.

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  • How to Install TensorFlow on CentOS3:07

    How to Install TensorFlow on CentOS

    In this video, we demonstrate to you how to do install TensorFlow on CentOS via the Python package manager pip, the Anaconda package manager, and cover building a TensorFlow pip package from source.

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  • How to Setup a Python Virtual Environment on CentOS3:49

    How to Setup a Python Virtual Environment on CentOS

    In this tutorial, we cover how to set up a Python virtual environment on CentOS, making it possible to install Python packages into a discreet Python ecosystem separate from the default framework.

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  • Premium Business Email Control Panel Walk Through3:04

    Premium Business Email Control Panel Walk Through

    In this helpful tutorial, find out how to turn on spam settings, add additional email users, add additional admins, and configure email clients within Premium Business Email from Liquid Web.

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  • How To Install Python3 On CentOS 73:16

    How To Install Python3 On CentOS 7

    In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at how to get up and running with Python 3 on a CentOS 7 server by installing Python 3 via the CentOS 7 package manager Yum as well as from source.

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  • Liquid Web and Nexcess Are Joining Forces2:49

    Liquid Web and Nexcess Are Joining Forces

    Liquid Web acquired Nexcess in the summer of 2019. Our VP of Products and Innovation, Chris Lema, explains why and what that means for our partners.

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  • Accessing Your Server With Windows Remote Desktop4:22

    Accessing Your Server With Windows Remote Desktop

    In this article, we explain how to utilize the Windows Remote Desktop software to access your server from any location to a Windows Server operating system.

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  • Getting Started With Premium Business Email3:00

    Getting Started With Premium Business Email

    In this video, we discuss how to sign up for Premium Business Email, and then how to add additional email accounts once you are signed up.

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  • Installing Tomcat 8 on Ubuntu 16.045:24

    Installing Tomcat 8 on Ubuntu 16.04

    We outline what Tomcat is, the prerequisites needed, where to find the software, and a step by step walkthrough of how to install Tomcat on Windows.

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  • How to Get Content from Clients On Time Without Using Email44:02

    How to Get Content from Clients On Time Without Using Email

    Tired of waiting on clients to send content, then having to dig through endless email trails full of attachments and poorly formatted documents? Find out tools to automate the process.

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  • How To Install Sci-kit Learn On Ubuntu 18.043:58

    How To Install Sci-kit Learn On Ubuntu 18.04

    In this tutorial, we are going to walk through how to install scikit-learn on an Ubuntu 18.04 server. We are going to walk through the installation both in a virtual environment with Pip and Anaconda.

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