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One of our agent has already replied with the solution on your ticket but if you did not received the solution please refer below solution to your query to start mysql in edureka VM
1. Run below command to start mysql service
sudo /sbin/service mysqld start (when prompt for password type edureka)
2. Run below command to start mysql shell
mysql -u root -p (NOTE: it's a small p) // when prompt for password hit Enter i.e password is blank
Please refer below screen shot
Please try the same and let me know if the issue resolves.
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