Comments - unable to START MySQL server at BOOT "systemctl enable mysqld.service" does not work
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Generally you can use sudo -l to see what your specific user on your specific system is allowed to do with sudo. (Your permissions are configured in /etc/sudoers.) However I don't know for sure if it would help in this particular case. EDIT: Wait, never mind, the access denied error looks like it is coming from MySQL or something, not sudo. – https://www.abogadosdeaccidentesflorida.com