On Saturday 22 September 2012 10:20:52 Garry Williams wrote:
I recently updated from updates-testing to get:
This didn't go as expected.
The first problem was that yum wanted to remove mysql for
dependencies. I added --setopt=clean_requirements_on_remove=0 to fix
that. This was the first hint that I did something wrong. :-(
Next, after restarting the desktop, I got this:
Test 6: ERROR
MySQL server default configuration not found.
Details: The default configuration for the MySQL server was not
found or was not readable. Check your Akonadi installation is complete
and you have all required access rights.
I found a copy of the missing file in
and copied it to /etc/akonadi .
Now I'm stuck on this error:
"Unable to add column 'version' to table 'SchemaVersionTable'.
Query error: 'Table 'akonadi.SchemaVersionTable' doesn't exist
QMYSQL: Unable to execute query'"
Unable to initialize database.
What am I doing wrong?
Have you akonadi-mysql installed?
(Incidentally, sqlite is hopeless. I tried that after the first error
and akonadi consumes all of the CPU resource without any hint that it
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