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Hi, I am a linux newb but I am getting the grasp very quickly. However I made a mistake today on my test server and I have no idea how ...
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- 05-18-2007 #1
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- May 2007
Removing/fixing MySQL in Ubuntu 7.04 Server
I am a linux newb but I am getting the grasp very quickly. However I made a mistake today on my test server and I have no idea how to fix it w/o a drive wipe/OS reinstall. I am sure that someone will have a fairly simple answer...
So basically I installed phpMyAdmin to work on MySQL. I then proceeded to accidentally delete all root users from MySQL when configuring priveledges for them (I was trying to set a password for root after initial installation but instead dumped all root users). At this point I couldn't log into MySQL so I figured I needed to reinstall.
After some Google searching, I found that I should type dpkg --purge mysql-server (supposedly). So I did. Then I reinstalled MySQL server (after a quick su) using 'apt-get install mysql-server'.
I still cannot get into MySQL through phpMyAdmin using user=root, pass=<blank>.
Any ideas? Help is greatly appreciated! Help me un-Windows my mind!