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Old 27th August 2004, 04:29 PM
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Exclamation How to uninstall MySQL 3.23 - having trouble!

Hi,

I'm trying to uninstall MySQL 3.23 from my Fedora2 but when I type:

"rpm -e mysql "

I get:

error: Failed dependencies:
libmysqlclient.so.10 is needed by (installed) perl-DBD-MySQL-2.9003-4

How can I force the system to delete all pakages related to old mysql 3.23 and the MySQL server it self?

Please help! I need to do that in order to install MySQL 4.0.20

Thanks for any help!
goe
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Old 27th August 2004, 10:15 PM
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You need to include every dependent package on that command ("rpm -e package_1 package_2 ... package_n"). I also think you can use the "--force" option, but this isn't usually a good idea.

Why don't you use the Add/Remove Applications tool instead? It takes care of all the dependencies for you.
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Old 22nd October 2004, 01:04 PM
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libmysqlclient.so.10 comes from some shared-compat-x.x.rpm. Try #rpm -e --allfiles mysql to uninstall at once and if that does not do it, #rpm -q -a and find the offending dependency and remove individually.
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Old 22nd October 2004, 08:51 PM
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Simple way is to go on System tools--> Add/Remove Application.

Looks for SQL and check MySQL to remove from the system. Hope it helps
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Old 23rd October 2004, 04:42 AM
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You can also remove packages and their dependencies with
Code:
yum remove mysql
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Old 23rd October 2004, 04:47 AM
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yep lol, its in my win XP

So easy, just takes 1 click.
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Simple way is to go on System tools--> Add/Remove Application.

Looks for SQL and check MySQL to remove from the system. Hope it helps
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Old 26th June 2013, 04:23 AM
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Re: How to uninstall MySQL 3.23 - having trouble!

follow the steps in this blog, you can copy paste the comands =D

http://thenullpointerexceptionx.blog...fedora-18.html
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