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Install Mysql with Python and Django Debian/Derivatives - Translated

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#Install Mysql with Python and Django Debian/Derivatives #To install we need to have some dependencies in the system for now we will show on #Debian and Derivatives. #But first install updates and MySQL ``` $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get upgrade ``` # ** NOTE: ** #Each System has its commands for updating, if your machine is not derived from Debian ** look for them ** ##Install MySQL ``` $ sudo apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client Passwd for 'root' user: <password> ``` #At the end we execute this command to give more security to our BD ``` $ mysql_secure_installation ``` #Check carefully the changes that will be made, the first question is the passwd for root, #IF you want to keep or change it, and continue with other security questions. ##Create a database and a user for the DB #Now we will create the DB that will be connected to DJango and a User with Passwd to access it. #There are two ways to do this: ``` echo "CREATE DATABASE <DATABASENAME>;" | mysql -u root -p echo "CREATE USER '<DATABASEUSER>'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '<PASSWORD>';" | mysql -u root -p echo "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON <DATABASENAME>.* TO '<DATABASEUSER>'@'localhost';" | mysql -u root -p echo "FLUSH PRIVILEGES;" | mysql -u root -p ``` #So they should put their passwd of mysql in each line or #they can also do it of the following way ``` $ mysql -u root -p ``` #Enter your passwd and then do the following. ``` CREATE DATABASE <DATABASENAME>; CREATE USER '<DATABASEUSER>'@localhost IDENTIFIED BY '<PASSWORD>'; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON <DATABASENAME>.* TO '<DATABASEUSER>'@localhost; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; exit ``` #We Check Dependencies #There are only a few dependencies but you have to be sure ``` $ sudo apt-get install libmysqlclient-dev python-dev ``` #So far it's all just proceed to install pip in our virtual environment or globally ``` $ sudo -H pip install mysql-python ``` #As you can see now you can create DB and Users for each Django Project
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