Don’t know who’ll read this.

What a boring day? well i had these useless days in my life but then seriously, this takes the cake..

well was thinking of putting myself for some better use.. don’t think have got a chance for the same..i don’t know but lets see, lately was going through all the stuff nowadays scares se sometime.. well i am sounding depressing.. dear blog will come and edit you if i get something better to talk about apart from my technical stuff.


Atheros AR5007EG (AR242x ) in hardy

This post for enabling atheros AR242x in hardy (Ubuntu 8.04)

I am having a laptop compaq F733AU.
and after searching a lot over net found this artice in ubuntu forum

– disable both restricted drivers in System > Adminstration > Hardware drivers

– install ndiswrapper in the add/remove window

– download the .inf from the XP driver at :

– open a terminal and type this command : sudo ndisgtk

– select the net5211.inf file and “enter”

– it should now work


Resetting your wordpress admin password.

== For Command Line MySQL ===

You might have direct access to your MySQL database from the command line. Usually this is done by sitting at your server, connecting directly to your server via SSH, or using the MySQL client on your workstation to connect to your server. You must be in the correct context to successfully execute the mysql command mentioned below.

To reset your WordPress password from the MySQL command line, do the following (replace the options in italics with your settings):

  1. “mysql -u root -p” (Logs in to MySQL)
  2. Enter your password at the prompt.
  3. “use name-of-database” (Selects your WordPress database)
  4. “show tables LIKE ‘%users’;” (Finds the WordPress user table)
  5. “SELECT ID, user_login, user_pass FROM name-of-table-you-found WHERE user_login = ‘username‘;” (Observe the encrypted password)
  6. “UPDATE name-of-table-you-found SET user_pass=MD5(‘new-unencrypted-password‘) WHERE user_login = ‘username‘;” (Updates the database with the encrypted password)
  7. “SELECT ID, user_login, user_pass FROM name-of-table-you-found WHERE user_login = ‘username‘;” (Confirm that it was changed)
  8. “exit” (Exits the MySQL client)
  9. Login to WordPress using the username and password that you’ve altered.