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you can change mysql root password as long as you have system root password
i wonder what is otherguy mean, as far as i know LAMP cannot be install as user access
must be that person having root access for the system
btw this the command to reset mysql root
remind you as root not user
mysqld_safe --skip-grant-tables &
login to mysql w/o pw
mysql> use mysql;
mysql> update user set password=PASSWORD("NEW-ROOT-PASSWORD") where User='root';
mysql> flush privileges;
With MySQL, as with other RDBMSes, you may have multiple 'schemas' owned by different people within one physical database install. https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikiped...atabase_schema
A db schema is often (loosely) referred to as a database, which can be confusing. You can usually tell by context which is actually meant. Note that each db schema can be owned/managed by a different user and will be invisible to all other users except the DBA.
Unfortunately, in MySQL they chose to use the name 'root' for the DBA user role, which tends to lead to even more confusion on *nix systems.
Yea if you haven't edited your mysql config file you may have both using same port. But the real question is. Why do you have 2 mysql servers running on one machine? Your wasting ram and processor in my opinion. 1 Mysql server you can put many data bases to it. Well good luck with it