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I am using debian linux. I have a linux machine on which mysql is install. I can log in to my linux machine using root user as well as other user. I can connect to mysql database on linux machine from windows machine using sqlyog. Now I want to execute queries on linux machine only using linux terminal

I tried some following things on terminal

I went to root directory then I went to /var/lib directory

I run following commands on terminal

mysqladmin -u root -p
mysqladmin -u root -ppassword

everytime I have get following error message

ERROR 1045 (28000) Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (Using password NO)

please guide me for following

  1. How do I get mysql prompt in linux terminal?
  2. How I stop the mysql server from linux terminal?
  3. How I start the mysql server from linux terminal?
  4. How do I get mysql prompt in linux terminal?
  5. How do I login to mysql server from linux terminal?
  6. How do I solve following error?

ERROR 1045 (28000) Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (Using password NO)

Please give me solutions for above question. Thank You

1.- How do I get mysql prompt in linux terminal?

mysql -u root -p

At the Enter password: prompt, well, enter root's password :)

You can find further reference by typing mysql --help or at the online manual.

2. How I stop the mysql server from linux terminal?

It depends. Red Hat based distros have the service command:

service mysqld stop

Other distros require to call the init script directly:

/etc/init.d/mysqld stop

3. How I start the mysql server from linux terminal?

Same as #2, but with start.

4. How do I get mysql prompt in linux terminal?

Same as #1.

5. How do I login to mysql server from linux terminal?

Same as #1.

6. How do I solve following error?

Same as #1.

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