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Template: mysql-server/mysql_install_db_notes
Type: note
Description: security and update notice
 MySQL will only install if you have a NON-NUMERIC hostname that is
 resolvable via the /etc/hosts file. E.g. if the "hostname" command 
 returns "myhostname" then there must be a line like "127.0.0.1 myhostname".
 .
 A new mysql user "debian-sys-maint" will be created. He is used in the
 start/stop and cron scripts. Don't delete him.
 .
 Please remember to set a PASSWORD for the MySQL root user! 
 If you use a /root/.my.cnf, always write the "user" and the "password" 
 lines in there, never only the password! 
 See /usr/share/doc/mysql-server/README.Debian for more information.
 .
 Networking is disabled by default for security reasons. You can enable it
 by commenting out the skip-networking option in /etc/mysql/my.cnf.
 .
 I will ensure secure permissions of /var/lib/mysql by replacing GIDs other
 than root and mysql with mysql.

Template: mysql-server/fix_privileges_warning
Type: note
Description: Please run mysql_fix_privileges_tables
 If you are upgrading from a MySQL <= 3.22.10 you should run the
 /usr/bin/mysql_fix_privilege_tables. Otherwise you will not be able to use
 the new GRANT command and user defined functions!

Template: mysql-server/postrm_remove_database
Type: boolean
Default: false
Description: Remove all databases after "purging" the mysql-server package?
 Should I remove everything below /var/lib/mysql when you purge the
 mysql-server package with the "dpkg --purge mysql-server" command (i.e.
 remove everything including the configuration) somewhen? (default is not)

Template: mysql-server/skip_networking
Type: boolean
Default: false
Description: Make MySQL reachable via network?
 Should MySQL listen on a network reachable TCP port? This is not necessary
 for use on a single computer and could be a security problem.

Template: mysql-server/want_chroot
Type: boolean
Default: false
Description: Enable chroot mode?
 MySQL is able to jail itself into the /var/lib/mysql_jail directory so
 that users cannot modify any files outside this directory. This improves
 resistence against crackers, too, as they are not able to modify system
 files.

Template: mysql-server/start_on_boot
Type: boolean
Default: false
Description: Should MySQL start on boot?
 The MySQL can start on boot time or only if you type '/etc/init.d/mysql
 start' manually. Select 'yes' here if you want it to start automatically.