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The documented way to create the mysql account is: groupadd mysql useradd -r -g mysql mysql Add the -m option if you want that account to be used as a login account, which looks to be the case. If you have full sudo access, you can grant sudo rights to that use with using sudo visudo and adding a line similar the one starting with your username and ...


First off, the respective man page snippets highlight the differences between the two commands and give some indication of what is going on. For adduser: adduser and addgroup add users and groups to the system according to command line options and configuration information in /etc/adduser.conf. They are friendlier front ends to the low level ...

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