article

How To Run Basic Queries of MySQL / MariaDB on Fedora 20 or Any Other Linux Platform For Newbies !!

Email
Submitted on: 7/14/2015 5:12:15 PM
By: Hardik Pandya 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: Oracle, Other
Views: 3754
 
     This Article Shows How To run different Queries Of MySQL or MariaDB on Linux Platform.

 
				Probably you know what is Maria DB? its also part of Oracle Inc similar like mysql now. As it's new its very popular for developing a new software along with database platform.
This Article involves :
1. How to start Mysql Server,
2. How to Fire Queries of MariaDB or MySQL For Fedora or any other Linux platform.
3. How to change Root Password in Linux platform
==== Code ===========
[hnpandya@localhost ~]$ su //To Grant Super User Access.
Password: 
[root@localhost hnpandya]# service mysqld start //To Start MYSQL Service.
Redirecting to /bin/systemctl start mysqld.service
[root@localhost hnpandya]# mysql -u root -p //To Open MYSQL Prompt.
Enter password: 
Welcome to the MariaDB monitor. Commands end with ; or \g.
Your MariaDB connection id is 4
Server version: 5.5.33a-MariaDB MariaDB Server
Copyright (c) 2000, 2013, Oracle, Monty Program Ab and others.
Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the current input statement.
==== For Remaining Code Please Checkout Resource Below ====
MariaDB Queries at I'M FROSTY


Report Bad Submission
Use this form to tell us if this entry should be deleted (i.e contains no code, is a virus, etc.).
This submission should be removed because:

Your Vote

What do you think of this article (in the Beginner category)?
(The article with your highest vote will win this month's coding contest!)
Excellent  Good  Average  Below Average  Poor (See voting log ...)
 

Other User Comments


 There are no comments on this submission.
 

Add Your Feedback
Your feedback will be posted below and an email sent to the author. Please remember that the author was kind enough to share this with you, so any criticisms must be stated politely, or they will be deleted. (For feedback not related to this particular article, please click here instead.)
 

To post feedback, first please login.