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From:Egor Egorov Date:August 10 2004 10:33am
Subject:Re: Uninstalling MySQL
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environmentalny@stripped wrote:

> Greetings... How do I uninstall MySQL under linux (i have Fedora Core 2)... i will be
> installing a new version of it...
> I have 3.23 currently and will replace it with 4. Please Help Thanks

Try like that

rpm -qa | grep -i mysql 

This will give you the list of every package with word "mysql" in it. 

Then do 'rpm --erase' for all mysql packages (beware, don't delete everything
listed - there might be something that just needs MySQL, but not the server itself). 

Then you can download the latest RPM binary version of MySQL from www.mysql.com
and install it:

rpm --install MySQL*rpm 





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