How do I completely remove MySQL from Ubuntu?
- sudo apt-get remove –purge mysql*
- sudo apt-get purge mysql*
- sudo apt-get autoremove.
- sudo apt-get autoclean.
- sudo apt-get remove dbconfig-mysql.
- sudo apt-get dist-upgrade.
- sudo apt-get install mysql-server.
How do I completely Uninstall MySQL? To uninstall MySQL on Windows, make sure that your first stop the running server. Once the server is stopped, you can uninstall MySQL via the Windows “Control Panel”. Go to “Programs and Features” and select “MySQL” => “Uninstall”.
How do I completely remove MySQL from Linux? Navigate to Control Panel -> Programs and Features -> MySQL. From there, click on the option to Uninstall. Once MySQL is uninstalled, to completely remove the program, you need to ensure its data directories are removed as well. *Note: you may want to create backups of these directories before deleting them.
How do I uninstall and install MySQL on Ubuntu?
- First, remove already installed mysql-server using– sudo apt-get remove –purge mysql-server mysql-client mysql-common.
- Then clean all files sudo apt-get autoremove.
- Then install mysql-server — sudo apt-get install -f mysql-server.
- Start mysql server– sudo systemctl start mysql.