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Recently I've installed Ubuntu 17.04. I was trying to install mariadb, so I installed all the packages. I don't know what happened, but whenever I install anything, try to connect to the Internet with Wi-fi, uninstall packages, I always get this error:

Failed to start MariaDB-server-10.0

So I decided to uninstall it and reinstall it by these commands

apt-get remove --purge mariadb-server mariadb-client
apt-get autoremove --purge
rm -rf /var/lib/mysql/
rm -rf /etc/mysql/
sudo apt-get install maria-db-server

I get this error now

Failed to start MariaDB database server.

Does anyone have any idea ?

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  • I have no idea; but I'm guessing that apt-get/wifi uses mariaDB to store its package, wifi-network databases, which is now not available. you may now need to install it manually (using dpkg). dpkg-reconfigure may have been an easier way to reset mariadb, and viewing your command history can be useful to see what causes a mistake,
    – guiverc
    Oct 16, 2017 at 11:14

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You need to configure it and from the commands seems you didn't.

After installing it you need to : mysql_secure_installation and configure it.

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