“emoncms 404 Not Found: Is modrewrite configured on your system?”
Open /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf with a text editor and enable the rewrite module by uncommenting it (remove the #). It will then look something like this:
server.modules = ( "mod_access", "mod_alias", "mod_compress", "mod_redirect", "mod_rewrite", )
Then add the rewrite regular expression to the same file; https://tech.borpin.co.uk/2018/10/13/emoncms-on-dietpi/
url.rewrite-if-not-file = ( "^/emoncms/([^?]*)$" => "/emoncms/index.php?q=$1", "^/emoncms/([^?]*)\?(.*)$" => "/emoncms/index.php?q=$1&$2" )
sudo service lighttpd restart .
you can resolve this by the steps following
start/stop mysql by using service mysqld start/stop/restart instead of service mysql start/stop/restart
make sure you have the right password for mysql user - root, if no, please reset password
edit mysql config file, usually /etc/my.cny, add skip-grant-tables under [mysqld], then restart mysql, now you can go into mysql without password, then reset password by using
update mysql.user set authentication_string=password('123qwe') where user='root' and Host = 'localhost'; flush privileges;
Step 1: Open the my.cnf file. This may be stored in:
If you’re not sure where it is, search your MySQL installation folder (e.g. on Windows or Mac) for the file.
If you don’t have a my.cnf file (MacOS does not include one by default). You can create one in the /etc folder if you like.
Step 2: Add the word skip-grant-tables under the word [mysqld]. Your file may look like this:
Step 3: Restart the MySQL server.
Step 4: Login to the root account:
mysql -u root -p
Step 5: Flush the privileges, which tells the server to refresh the grant tables and apply your changes, with this command:
Step 6: Set a new password for the account:
ALTER USER 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'your_new_password';
Substitute the word your_new_password with a new secure password that you want to use for the root account.
Step 7: Open the my.cnf file you opened in step 1, and remove the line about skip-grant-tables, and save the file.
Step 8: Restart the MySQL server again.
Step 9: Log in to the root account again:
mysql -u root -p
You should now be able to log in successfully with your new password and not get an error.