If you need to install MySQL 5.7, the official repository provides packages up to Fedora 31. The latest Fedora version are recommended to use MySQL 8.0. Use other article to install MySQL 5.7 on Fedora 31/30 and earlier versions. This tutorial will help you to install MySQL 8.0 on Fedora 34/33/32/31/30 Linux systems.

Step 1 – Prerequisites

Login to your Fedora system and open a terminal. Now upgrade the current packages to the latest version by running the following command.

Step 2 – Setup Yum Repository

The MySQL team officially provides yum repository for the installation of MySQL community server on a Fedora systems. Create a new yum repository file using the content below: Save file and close.

Step 3 – Install MySQL Server

Now, run the following command to install the mysql-community-server packages on your Fedora system. This will also install all other required dependencies on your system.

Now, follow the post-installation instructions.

Step 4 – MySQL Post Installation Setup

The MySQL community server has been installed on your system. The installer will also generate a random password and set for the root user. You can find the root user password in log files. Now run the following command to apply security on the MySQL server. Simply execute the below command and follow the security wizard. Follow the onscreen instructions. Change your root account password and Press Y for all other operations to apply improved security.

Change the password for root? – Press y and change root password Remove anonymous users? Press y Disallow root login remotely? Press y Remove test database and access to it? (Press y Reload privilege tables now? Press y

Step 5 – Connect MySQL Terminal

All done. You can now connect to the MySQL server using the command line. The following command will connect MySQL running on the localhost as the root user. This will prompt for the root account password. You can also install LAMP stack on Fedora and configure PHPMyAdmin on fedora to access databases graphically.

That’s it. You have successfully installed MySQL Server 8.0 on your Fedora Linux system.

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