Preseed MySQL Server Password with Salt Stack

MySQL is the most popular multi-user database in the world. When you install MySQL Server automatically, you must set database root password without asking user to type it. On Debian and Ubuntu, you can use Preseed to answer installer (apt-get) … Continue reading

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Change MySQL Password on Ubuntu – dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.1

Update: This method does not work on Ubuntu 16.04, and I have not tested it with newer versions either. Forgot MySQL server root password? It’s trivial to change it in Ubuntu and Debian. $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.1 To get the version … Continue reading

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