mysqldump error: Table doesn’t exist status: Operation failed – Solution

ErrorWhen running mysqldump to back up a database, you get this error:

  This error can be for any number of reasons. I’ve ran into this because /var was 80+% full (very, very horrible situation). While clearing /var is pretty easy (if you’re brave, run this command: for i in find /var/log -type f -iname .log; do rm -rf […]

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Unblock youtube/facebook etc!

  No need to run a proxy or some other annoying trick.. If you wish to know how to unblock youtube or any other website just read below   Just goto : OR     Write below: Enter URL     And click Go.. All set .. enjoy. You can also download vidoes via IDM

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How to install APC (Alternative PHP Cache) for VestaCP , Centos 6.5

1) yum –enablerepo=remi install php-pear php-devel httpd-devel pcre-devel gcc make I already had some packages installed so it wasnt a problem. I use vesta cP uses new php http so if you use simple yum it will give dependency errors , change it if you already installed any of the above package 2) pecl install apc 3) sample output here: […]

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Setting up VestaCP DKIM SPIF and rDNS for Google to accept emails


  Add this to exim.conf settings:

and then


    Take a look on the image belowThen choose your mail domainAfter that type in SSH: CODE: SELECT ALL

  Don’t forget to replace it with your domain name, user name etc.You can’t do 1024 bit keys automatically, you have to do it manually […]

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Driver Genius 10 Professional Free License

Driver Genius is a powerful driver manager that will scan and find outdated drivers in your system. You can automatically download and update system drivers from its online database that contains over 60,000 drivers. Moreover, if you are updating your system, you can backup your installed drivers and save them in zip format or self-extractor (.exe) format. The restore function […]

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Running PPTP VPN with CSF firewall

most of the time pptp vpn doesnt work with csf firewall. Here is the guide to make it working. 1) type the following command:

2) Put the following into the file: for openvz

Note: ww.xxy… is your VPS/server ip , is the ip you allocated to the pptp for KVM/Dedicated

  3) Type:

4) Put […]

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Most useful 50 Linux Commands

1. tar command examples Create a new tar archive.

Extract from an existing tar archive.

View an existing tar archive.

  2. grep command examples Search for a given string in a file (case in-sensitive search).        

Print the matched line, along with the 3 lines after it.

Search for a given […]

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How to Copy Files Across a Network/Internet in UNIX/LINUX (Redhat, Debian, FreeBSD, etc) – scp tar rsync

How to Copy Files Across a Network/Internet in UNIX/LINUX (Redhat, Debian, FreeBSD, etc) – scp tar rsync One of the many advantages of Linux/UNIX is how many ways you can do one thing. This tuturial is going to show you some of the many ways you can ttransfer files over a network connection. In this article/tutorial we will cover rsync, […]

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How to Mount and Unmount Filesystem / Partition in Linux (Mount/Umount Command Examples)

Once you insert new hard disks into your system, you’ll typically use utilities like fdisk or partedto create partitions. Once you create a partition, you’ll use mkfs command to create ext2, ext3, or ext4 partition. Once you create a partition, you should use mount command to mount the partition into a mount point (a directory), to start using the filesystem. This tutorial explains everything you […]

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