Not sure where else to put this, I apologise in advance if its in the wrong place. I'm trying to migrate a program from one server to the next without having to completely re-edit every configuration file. To do this, I need to enable the sql SA account, which I did, and change its password. So, I've changed it a half dozen times to what it needs to be, but when I go to log in using the program, it throws an error. So, to check, I tried logging into Management Studio using SA and the appropriate password, and it …

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i want to study linux

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Since my "[URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3451.html"]5 Things Every Good Linux Administrator Knows[/URL]" post the other day, I've received some indirect feedback from friends and readers alike, that admittedly, leaves a little egg on my face. I left out three very important things that every good Linux administrator should know. I appreciate the feedback and I'm glad that my readers and those close to me feel enabled to let me know when I'm in error or at least falling short of a full delivery. The 3 additional things that every good Linux administrator should know, in no particular order, are-- [B]1. Backups[/B] - O …

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There are 5 things that every good Linux Administrator knows. Do you know what they are? They are in no particular order of importance: [B]1. Users are a Necessary Evil[/B] - Do you ever wonder why System Administrators seem so annoyed by you and your questions? It's because you are, in fact, an annoyance to them. Don't be insulted by this--it's just fact. You are generally the reason they exist but life would be easier for them if you didn't exist or ever need anything from them. [B]Take a deep breath and realize that you have a symbiotic relationship with …

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The End.