On 9/22/16, Tony van der Hoff <t...@vanderhoff.org> wrote:
> Running Jessie here. Performed apt-get upgrade yesterday, which included
> a new version of mysql.
> I now cannot connect to mysql:
> ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
> '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)
> Any suggestions on how to fix, please?
Well, I've got a slightly weird one that yours brings to mind. I've
wanted to write it up for Debian-User but haven't had the brain power.
Short version is that, for no particular reason, I decided to see what
"apt-get upgrade" would try to do the other day. I don't normally go
that route. Also for no particular reason, I go the "apt-get install"
So... How did your upgrade go? Was anything held back?
I'm asking because if I specifically "apt-get install libreoffice"
right now, it says, "Sure, let's do it." If I try a generic "apt-get
upgrade" instead, all kinds of Libreoffice packages get held back,
including libreoffice itself, while unrelated packages are queued up
to be successfully upgraded.
Talking Rock, Pickens County, Georgia, USA
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