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mysql has been replaced by mariadb in Debian10. Try default-mysql-server - although you can use mariadb. PS You can see what is available on your distribution e.g. apt-cache search mysql-server


1) to be able to update the pi, I have set up scripts that check git-lab API once a day and download the repo when there is a new version. is this common, is it acceptable? Yes, also you can follow the procedure below. It's easy to create a scheduled script thanks to the "cron". 1. Create a file for the script: sudo touch /home/update-script 2. ...


With Raspbian Buster you will find the needed sql extension in its repository with apt list *php*sql*. Just install it with: rpi ~$ sudo apt install php7.1-mysql


The official documentation gives step by step instructions for backup. Incremental backup allows you to just store the changes: https://mariadb.com/kb/en/incremental-backup-and-restore-with-mariabackup/ You can use cron to schedule the task to run nightly.


First thing to check is that your MySQL (or more likely MariaDB) server is listening on the INADDR_ANY ( address. That needs a change to bind-address in your config file. Then use sudo netstat -tlnpu | grep mysql to check that the mysqld task is running and listening OK. Next create a remote user as per the instructions at MySQL adding user ...


You need to update WordPress itself to PHP7. The old MySQL plugin doesn't support PHP7, and you should use MySQLi or PDO_MySQL instead.


You need to install the Mariadb packages and the mysql compatibility package in your sysroot. apt install mariadb-client mariadb-common mysql-common libmariadb-dev-compat libmariadbclient-dev libmariadb-dev-compat package will create all the links necessary for compatibility between mariadb and mysql. Then, when you call to qt configure script you must ...


You should use a systemd unit file to start the python script on boot up and run it as service. Just create a new service with: rpi ~$ sudo systemctl --force --full edit monitor-db.service In the empty editor insert these statements, save them and quit the editor: [Unit] Description=Monitor Database changes After=multi-user.target [Service] ExecStart=/...

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