Comments - Installing MariaDB Server on macOS Using Homebrew

6 months, 2 weeks ago Joseph Lee

I'll post this for anyone who might get lost with the lack of root password. If you don't know the default root password, you can get passwordless root login with "sudo mysql". This will log you in similar to --skip-grant-tables. Then you can set the root password. This command should be in the guide which is thin and flimsy and doesn't really provide any support.

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