didn't u forgot to run mysql_intsall_db?
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 6:53 AM, Adam smalin <acidzombie24@stripped> wrote:
> I accidentally drop the database mysql. I now cannot restore tables to the
> database or do much of anything some details can be found here
> after a few unsuccessful uninstalled/reinstalls i wrote whereis mysql and
> -rf every directory in that list. I ran `dpkg -P mysql-server`. `apt-get
> install mysql-server` saw "Stopping MySQL database server: mysqld.", ran
> `/etc/init.d/mysql start` and got the error "Starting MySQL database
> mysqld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . failed!".
> I wrote whereis mysql again and got NO DIRECTORIES.
> How do i properly reinstall this?
> I cant even restore my backups because of this.
> Yes i did all of this as root