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Mysql installation and login

Check whether MySQL has been installed in the Linux system 

 sudo service mysql start //Try to open the MySQL service


mysql: unrecongized service //Indicates that the system does not have MySQL

You need

//Install MySQL server, core program
   sudo apt-get install mysql-server
 //Install MySQL client
  Sudo apt-get install mysql-client

Verify      sudo netstat -tap|grep mysql (note that the front is netstat, and there is a space before -tap)

Modify the configuration file (my.cnf)    sudo gedit/etc/mysql/my.cnf

Practice logging in and logging out of MySQL, using and viewing the database  

//Start MySQL service
    Sudo service mysql start
    Mysql -u root

View database  show databases;

Connect to the database  use database name

Show tables    show tables;

Exit     quit or exit

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