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Default Mysql on Centos 5.5

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I have just installed centos 5.5. First I would like to know is mysql by defaults install on centos 5.5? If not how to install mysql on centos 5.5?
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It's not installed by default (you can install MySQL during the install process if you choose) but the best way is to 1st find out if you have it installed.

I recommend you open up 'terminal' or whatever you use for a command prompt.

Make sure you're root and run the following commands:

Code:
rpm -qa | grep mysql
If that doesn't report that 'mysql' is installed then you just need to run one simple command to install it:

Code:
yum install mysql
Thats it.

I honestly and personally recommend you use PostgreSQL over MySQL. Thats just my personal opinion.

Post back if you need more help.
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