Category: MariaDB Database
Added: 16th of June 2019
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MariaDB powers millions of databases. It can be found running at the back-end of blogs, shopping carts and many other online applications.
If you are interested in learning about basic database administration on Linux, it is handy to learn how to do this through the terminal. It will give you a better understanding of database administration tools such as PHPMyAdmin. PHPMYAdmin provides a GUI for the most common database tasks such as INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE so you don't need to use the terminal.
This tutorial will show you how to install MariaDB in Ubuntu, Ubuntu based distributions.
Installing MariaDB. Open your terminal and enter the following command to install MariaDB package in your Linux distribution
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