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how can i get mysql password?

i choosed LEMP on 14.04 how can i know default password


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When you log into the server, you will see the following in the “message of the day.”

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Thank you for using DigitalOcean's LEMP Application.
Your web root is located at /usr/share/nginx/html and can be seen from http://142.593.1.37/
The details of your PHP installation can be seen at http://142.593.1.37/info.php
Your MySQL root user's password is dcC0IT4afb
You are encouraged to run mysql_secure_installation to ready your server for production.
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To delete this message of the day: rm -rf /etc/motd.tail

Your MySql root user’s password will be there. To show the message again, run cat /etc/motd.tail

(answered previously by @asb)

Thanks a lot