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Installing with source and package

I recently installed mysql and apache from source, and php using apt-get. I wanted to install php with source, so I removed php package but accidentally removed packages named "mysql-common ...
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package installation error

I was trying to install mysql server 5.6 via deb file and the software installer froze and force quited. After that when i tried to install mysql via the command sudo apt-get install mysql-server ...
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Mysql broken packages

I am not able to fix broken packages to my ubuntu machine. I followed many command posted on forums. Nothing happened! The packages that have the problem are: mysql-server-5.5 mysql-server Any way ...
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Mysqli for PHP in package mysql

I am trying to get mysqli set up for php5 but apt tries to substitute php5-mysql for php5-mysqli, which doesn't exist. Does the mysql package also carry the mysqli extension, or do I need to find the ...
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Why was mysql-cluster removed from 12.04 and how can I install it?

I was hoping to get a MySQL cluster up and running on 12.04, but for some reason, the package is marked deleted, and there is no alternative. I also trying searching for the ndb_mgm command, and there ...
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Fixing broken myslq-server package after upgrade to 12.04

After upgrade to 12.04 mysql server was unable to start. I tried many different things but without any luck. Now when I try to install it, I get: $ sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.5 Reading ...
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MySQL server stopped working after upgrade [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Fixing broken myslq-server package after upgrade to 12.04 I upgraded to 12.04 and my MySQL server just stopped working. It throws: ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to ...
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Terminal says 'Broken package' when using apt-get to install phpMyAdmin

I have tried to install phpMyAdmin using the sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin command> The terminal says that there are "uninstallable" dependencies, therefore the package is broken.Perhaps the ...
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Roll-your-own mysql-server (.deb) files and MySQL root password

I know I can make my own .deb files of an installation. However, during a normal mysql-server install, the root password gets asked for and we need to do a 1-click rollout without ANY interaction. It ...