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10 Responses

  1. tibi says:

    Is step 1 needed? i skipped it and started with 2 maria db is running fine. Also i did not need step 3 because it was added as a server by default and after reboot it started up.

    The only problem is have is running the mysql_secure_installation step which does not do any thing. i get the questions but there is no change in the databases. i still can enter the database without a password.

  2. Nugroho says:

    When you get error like this one:

    gpg: failed to start the dirmngr '/usr/bin/dirmngr': No such file or directory

    The solution is pretty easy:

    $ sudo apt-get install dirmngr --install-recommends
  3. pulok says:

    Hey, Guys I guess i am using Kali Linux Rolling ISO, which one should i follow?

  4. Kaspar says:

    Great article, it took me only half an hour to install everything


  5. Ben says:

    Hey, Aaron. Great article on installing MariaDB! Once you have it installed, you need to make sure to configure your firewall using a service like HeatShield, as MariaDB listens on the same ports as MySQL.

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