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#2: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-31T12:44:48Z (10 months ago)
  • You forgot to turn on `mysql`.
  • ```bash
  • sudo systemctl enable mysql
  • ```
  • `systemctl` doesn't work for every distro. If your system doesn't have `systemctl` then, you have to use `service`
  • ```bash
  • sudo service enable mysql
  • ```
  • Sometimes only enabling mysql service isn't helpful. Then, you have to login to mysql once.
  • ```bash
  • mysql -u root -p
  • ```
  • It will request you to enter password. Then, enter your password. Then, you can exit if you want. Then, try creating database again.
  • ```bash
  • rails db:create
  • ```
  • You forgot to turn on `mysql`.
  • ```bash
  • sudo systemctl enable mysql
  • ```
  • `systemctl` doesn't work for every distro. If your system doesn't have `systemctl` then, you have to use `service`
  • ```bash
  • sudo service mysql enable
  • ```
  • Sometimes only enabling mysql service isn't helpful. Then, you have to login to mysql once.
  • ```bash
  • mysql -u root -p
  • ```
  • It will request you to enter password. Then, enter your password. Then, you can exit if you want. Then, try creating database again.
  • ```bash
  • rails db:create
  • ```
#1: Initial revision by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-31T12:43:33Z (10 months ago)
You forgot to turn on `mysql`.

```bash
sudo systemctl enable mysql
```

`systemctl` doesn't work for every distro. If your system doesn't have `systemctl` then, you have to use `service`

```bash
sudo service enable mysql
```
Sometimes only enabling mysql service isn't helpful. Then, you have to login to mysql once. 

```bash
mysql -u root -p
```

It will request you to enter password. Then, enter your password. Then, you can exit if you want. Then, try creating database again.
```bash
rails db:create
```