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Just finished migrating my website from SQLite to MySQL. What a rush. (lol) It was actually not as bad as I thought. A lot of sed, grep and other sorcery involved; especially in transforming of SQLite statements to MySQL. Some quick commands I used: sqlite techish.db .dump > production_2018-08-23.dump.sql I found that it used quotes for tables and column names, so I had to remove those first and foremost. sed -i '/INSERT INTO/,/VALUES (/s/"//g' production_2018-08-23.dump.sql Next Continue Reading...

Change WordPress Password using MySQL

If the Forgot password option doesn't work for you (which it really should), then you can change the password of your self-hosted WordPress login. Check the contents of wp-config.php for the database login. Use that login information for MySQL login. define('DB_NAME', 'wpdatabase'); define('DB_USER', 'wpdbuser'); define('DB_PASSWORD', 'wpdbpassword'); Replacing DB_USER and DB_NAME from that command with the values from wp-config.php, enter the following command to connect to the database Continue Reading...