This evening, I was updating a set of web development tools on my Fedora 20 machine, including Apache 2.4.9, PHP 5.5.12 and MySQL 5.5.37. After that, I started all the services and enabled them to run on startup. But I cannot enable MySQL service with the following command (as usual):
After did some research on this issue, I found that MariaDB is a binary drop in replacement of the same MySQL version (on Fedora 20). So that MySQL 5.5 will be compatible with MariaDB 5.5.
To be able to start MySQL server when system boot, you must enable