Ubuntu 18.04 can’t install mysql5.7


Ubuntu 18.04 cannot install mysql-5.7 solution

Yesterday, I installed an Ubuntu 18.04 at home, and found that mysql-5.7 could not be installed directly. After checking the relevant error information and relevant information, I found a solution, so I was ready to record the problem.

  • Download installation package update source

    First, go to the official website of Mysql to download the updated source of the installation package:dev.mysql.com/downloads/repo/apt/
  • Update system update source

    To update the update source to the system:
    sudo dpkg -i mysql-apt-config_0.*.****_all.deb
  • Install mysql-5.7

    During installation, select MySQL server & cluster, and then select mysql-5.7
  • After the installation, update the system software and execute the
    sudo apt-get update;
  • installmysql-server
    sudo apt-get install mysql-server;

    Select y and enter the password

    After waiting for all the installation, start the MySQL service, and you can see that MySQL 5.7 is ready to use. This is a relatively small problem, about this kind of problem record to avoid later encounter can be solved faster

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