Learn how to solve the common PostgreSQL error psql: FATAL: database "root" does not exist." New PostgreSQL users often encounter this error when first logging in to PostgreSQL.
Learn how to troubleshoot common python problems. In this guide we show you how to troubleshot the most common python problems.
The default version of PHP available on a new Cloud Server running CentOS 7 is version 5.4. Learn how to upgrade this to PHP 7.0. You will need to perform the upgrade by hand, since PHP 7 is not available in the standard CentOS 7 `yum` repository, because it is not considered stable.
Learn how to connect to a MySQL/MariaDB database using PHP on a Cloud Server running Linux. This tutorial will cover connecting to a database on the same server as the PHP application, as well as how to connect to a database on a different Cloud Server.
Learn how to fix "Error establishing a database connection” for MySQL/MariaDB on a Linux Server. With this guide you can easily fix the error for MySQL and MariaDB.
PHP is designed to easily integrate into a website. One of the most common uses for PHP is to take content from a database and output it on an HTML page. This tutorial will cover how to connect to a MySQL/MariaDB database, pull out information from a simple table, and display it in a simple HTML table.
After you get your Minecraft server up and running on a Cloud Server with Linux, there are many ongoing tasks to perform and changes you can make. Learn how to perform management and administrative tasks on a Minecraft server, including how to start and stop the Minecraft server, change the map seed, and use console commands.
Learn how to update the version of Minecraft Server running on your Linux server, without losing any data or overwriting your world file. When Mojang issues a Minecraft update, Minecraft server administrators need to manually update the version of Minecraft running on their servers.
Learn how to solve the MySQL/MariaDB "Too many connections" error, which occurs when all available MySQL/MariaDB connections are in use. This error may occur in a script which connects to MySQL/MariaDB, or on a webpage which is generated (in whole or in part) from elements provided by a MySQL/MariaDB database.
Learn how to troubleshoot one of the most common PostgreSQL errors, "Could not connect to server." There are several different variations of this error.