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So You'd Like To Use MySQL...

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In this article, Jon Stephens shares how you can obtain and install a MySQL database for your Linux system. He provides lots of beginner instructions including use of the MySQL Monitor, a tool for using and adminstering MySQL that's part of the basic distribution. The article also delves into the introduction for securing your MySQL database. Written to encourage further use of LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP), the article helps anyone apply the power of MySQL in their business.

Table of Contents

What is MySQL?
How I Get MySQL? How Do I Install It?
Securing Your New Installation
What's Next?

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