inside the mind of a linux admin

force a horde update and reset databases

Sometimes you may need to update Horde forcefully due to a database or MySQL version upgrade/downgrade. Additionally, if Horde is not “saving” user preferences or remembering last logins, you can force upgrade Horde by executing following command:

/usr/local/cpanel/bin/update-horde –force

Please note that it will drop the existing Horde Database and will create a new database.

If this fails or doesn’t fix the issue, try the following, which also resets the horde password and runs the updateuserdomains script:


Related Posts

synergy: How to enable crypto (encryption) and generate SSL certificate

The newer Linux versions of the popular mouse/keyboard sharing application “synergy” now has built in encryption. Here’s how to configure it: Just simply passing the –enable-crypto flag on your synergy server without having a proper SSL certificate will result in the inability to connect to clients and generate an error message similar to this in […]

Read More

Change Number Pad Delete (dot) key from a comma in Ubuntu Linux

I recently purchased a new keyboard and updated to the latest Ubuntu, I’m also an avid user of the number pad for quick input when dealing with spreadsheets or accounting. I found that my num pad’s delete key (“.”) was outputting a comma (“,”) instead. Pretty annoying? I agree, but this can be very easily […]

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.