After the package installation finishes, run mssql-conf setup and follow the prompts to set the SA password and choose your edition. As a reminder, the following SQL Server editions are freely licensed: Evaluation, Developer, and Express.
If you have a Windows machine that can connect to your Linux machine, try the same steps in this topic from a Windows command-prompt running sqlcmd. You must use the target Linux machine name or IP address rather than localhost, and make sure that TCP port 1433 is open on the SQL Server machine. If you have any problems connecting from Windows, see connection troubleshooting recommendations.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds an extra layer of protection on top of a user name and password. With MFA enabled, when a user signs in to an AWS website, they are prompted for their user name and password. In addition, they are prompted for an authentication code from their AWS MFA device.
Note that signalling an interrupt (Ctrl-C / Break / Ctrl-Break / SysReq / SysInt / SigInt) depending on the OS is use, will probably not have the result intended -- if the intended result is to return to the application command prompt and abort the input -- it will likely abort the whole process instead and return you to the supervisor (or operating system or hooey-gooey or whatever you used to start the SQLite3 process in the first place).
TCP ports 512, 513, and 514 are known as "r" services, and have been misconfigured to allow remote access from any host (a standard ".rhosts + +" situation). To take advantage of this, make sure the "rsh-client" client is installed (on Ubuntu), and run the following command as your local root user. If you are prompted for an SSH key, this means the rsh-client tools have not been installed and Ubuntu is defaulting to using SSH.
If set, prompt strings undergoparameter expansion, command substitution, arithmeticexpansion, and quote removal after being expandedas described below (see Controlling the Prompt).This option is enabled by default.
How often (in seconds) that the shell should check for mail in thefiles specified in the MAILPATH or MAIL variables.The default is 60 seconds. When it is time to checkfor mail, the shell does so before displaying the primary prompt.If this variable is unset, or set to a value that is not a numbergreater than or equal to zero, the shell disables mail checking.
If this variable is set, and is an array,the value of each set element is interpreted as a command to executebefore printing the primary prompt ($PS1).If this is set but not an array variable,its value is used as a command to execute instead.
If set to a number greater than zero, the value is used as the number oftrailing directory components to retain when expanding the \w and\W prompt string escapes (see Controlling the Prompt).Characters removed are replaced with an ellipsis.
In an interactive shell, the value is interpreted asthe number of seconds to wait for a line of input after issuingthe primary prompt.Bashterminates after waiting for that number of seconds if a completeline of input does not arrive.
Bash examines the value of the array variable PROMPT_COMMAND just beforeprinting each primary prompt.If any elements in PROMPT_COMMAND are set and non-null, Bashexecutes each value, in numeric order,just as if it had been typed on the command line.
After the string is decoded, it is expanded viaparameter expansion, command substitution, arithmeticexpansion, and quote removal, subject to the value of thepromptvars shell option (see The Shopt Builtin).This can have unwanted side effects if escaped portions of the stringappear within command substitution or contain characters special toword expansion.
Attempt to move point to the same physical screen column on the previousphysical screen line. This will not have the desired effect if the currentReadline line does not take up more than one physical line or if point is notgreater than the length of the prompt plus the screen width.
Attempt to move point to the same physical screen column on the nextphysical screen line. This will not have the desired effect if the currentReadline line does not take up more than one physical line or if the lengthof the current Readline line is not greater than the length of the promptplus the screen width.
Turn on the interpretation of a number of backslash-escaped charactersin the $PS0, $PS1, $PS2, and $PS4 promptstrings. See Controlling the Prompt, for a complete list of promptstring escape sequences.
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