If you lost your mysql root password, you can use the default maintenance user called debian-sys-maint to reset your password. This user is created within the installation of mysql and can be used to do administrative jobs.
First of all, we need the password of this u
Zentyal does have A "PROBLEM" in it's installer (since the 'old ebox days')
"Right after keyboard identification the installer insists on accessing the cdrom" ...and the stick is (mostly) /dev/sdb1)
I am currently inst
If you want to upgrade your existing mySQL installation, you can upgrade to the latest version stored in your repositories. In my case, i had a ubuntu 10.04.03 LTS running MySQL Server 5.1 and i wanted to upgrade it to MySQL Server 5.5.2x.
First off all, remove your existing installation