Stop mysql from running at boot time? — Utak-Atik Komputer


To prevent mysql from starting on boot: Open the terminal: Ctrl+Alt+T Open the mysql.conf file: nano /etc/init/mysql.conf Comment out the “start on” line near the top of the file, the “start on” might be spread across two lines, so comment out both. (comment adding # at the beginning) If you want to manually start mysql, […]

via Stop mysql from running at boot time? — Utak-Atik Komputer

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