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MariaDB, what is that? Install Guide Debian 9

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So, I've just installed my Linux Debian 9 Server, a few years ago I used to work with it, but my memory is completely erased.

I got a VPS, Linux Debian 9, installed the 3 lines from the Linux Requirements guide, been through Core Installation and at the end it tells me to remember the Root MySQL password I've installed: Wait what, I never installed mysql nor had I to enter anything

So I go back to the Installation Guide and see Ubuntu installs MySQL and Debian MariaDB, but why? Back when I used Debian 7 I worked with MySQL, is there a specific reason? And then again, why haven't I been to a point where I'm requested to enter my MySQL information

Edit: Just like on Windows you get to a point where u want to enter ur mysql user and ur password, I wasn't asked that

 

Thanks in advance

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1 hour ago, antiantianti said:

So, I've just installed my Linux Debian 9 Server, a few years ago I used to work with it, but my memory is completely erased.

I got a VPS, Linux Debian 9, installed the 3 lines from the Linux Requirements guide, been through Core Installation and at the end it tells me to remember the Root MySQL password I've installed: Wait what, I never installed mysql nor had I to enter anything

So I go back to the Installation Guide and see Ubuntu installs MySQL and Debian MariaDB, but why? Back when I used Debian 7 I worked with MySQL, is there a specific reason? And then again, why haven't I been to a point where I'm requested to enter my MySQL information

Edit: Just like on Windows you get to a point where u want to enter ur mysql user and ur password, I wasn't asked that

 

Thanks in advance

mariadb replaced mysql on debian 9.

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Other than that is has the exact same features?

And then again, how comes I've never gotten to a point where I was requested to enter any root user information, I followed the requirements and installation guide exactly until make -install and saw the topic "Install MySQL" and there was only a single text saying "Make sure to remember your root user password from the installed MySQL Server"

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