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Re: how to uninstall mysql
Posted by: Ause Sims ()
Date: August 28, 2004 09:14PM

To uninstall you can do the following...

rpm -q MySQL-string

The string part is if you installed it from the binaries like I did. For example....

rpm -q MySQL-server

Should return: MySQL-Server4.0.20-0

Then you can type...

rpm -e MySQL-server

This will uninstall it. You wil lhave to do it for each package. You can probably also just do a rpm -q -all MySQL- to see if you can list all of them.

Another thing, since the filenames were case sensitive so will be the package installations.

Good luck,

Ause Sims
PCSIG
http://www.pcsig.org

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