Conflicting config for htop on machines sharing same /home directory

My friend spotted a problem with htop configuration. Simply when htop was executed on two different Ubuntu distros (10.04 and 14.04) the config was reset.
After some interrogation, we have spotted that 10.04 stores htop config to ~/.htoprc, while 14.04 to ~/.config/htop/htoprc. It was enough to remove one of them and link another one as below:

rm .htoprc
ln -s .config/htop/htoprc .htoprc

Connecting to MySQL without passwd prompt

If you are (like me) annoyed by providing password at every mysql login, you can skip it. Also it makes easier programmatic access to any MySQL db, as not passwd prompting is necessary 🙂
Create `~/.my.cnf` file:

[client]
user=username
password="pass"
 
[mysql]
user=username
password="pass"

And login without `-p` parameter:

mysql -h host -u username dbname

If you want to use `~/.my.cnf` file in MySQLdb, just connect using this:

import MySQLdb
cnx = MySQLdb.connect(host=host, port=port, read_default_file="~/.my.cnf")