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comment Web Fonts in Firefox behind Squid
If you add your comment as an answer, I'll accept it. Seems to make sense since there isn't really a solution and you explained it.
Oct
20
comment Reset MySQL Password
And by my.ini I mean my.cnf.
Oct
19
comment Install a windows driver without the unsigned warning appearing
And you have to reboot afterwards. You can do the same thing temporarily by pressing F8 to get the boot menu and booting with the requirements off. Then you can reboot again to re-enable them. You likely don't want to permanently disable the signing requirements.
Oct
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comment Reset MySQL Password
Also be sure you don't have a my.ini pointing you to some other server. I don't know your environment, but basically I'm saying verify you are actually hitting the server you mean to.
Oct
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comment Reset MySQL Password
Ah, I see what you are trying to do now. Try a password without any special characters to verify. Make it something like 'abc123' just to see if the password you were using is the problem.
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answered Reset MySQL Password
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answered How to protect certain files from being downloaded
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comment Apache/Linux CentOS (32bit) Not Loading PHP Modules
Can Apache read that file?
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comment Is it dangerous to leave an ssh connection open in a terminal for long periods of time?
It's as secure as the privileges of the user logged into the session you leave open.
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answered moving a mysql slave to a new host : Failed to open the relay log
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answered Apache Version Upgrade
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answered MySQL multi level replication breaks constantly