mysql upgrade broke server
- From: Rick Pasotto <rick@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 16:39:23 -0500
I just tried to upgrade mysql-server which replaces 4.1 with 5.0. The
upgrade aborts because there are supposedly MyISAM files and so I should
reinstall 4.1 to fix them then try the upgrade again.
The problem is that mysql-server-4.1 *depends* *on* mysql-server-5.0
(which doesn't make any sense) so apt-get won't let me reinstall 4.1.
What should I do now?
"The test of tolerance is not so much 'accepting' & 'validating' all
cultures different from one's own, but rather living at peace with
those with whom one disagrees most vehemently, cooperating with those
whose claims we may detest, & defending the rights of those whom we
regard as fundamentally wrong."
-- James Davison Hunter & Carl Bowman
1994 _Before the Shooting Begins_
Rick Pasotto rick@xxxxxxxx http://www.niof.net
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