I just installed ParrotOs on the disk I use at work, because… well, it’s a short story but I bet you don’t care.
Anway, I’ve got it installed and today at work I had several problems, but in this topic I’ll focus on mysql.
I need some mysql DB and I had some troubles connecting to it, so I decided to reinstall it from scratch and ofc I’ve typed:
$ sudo apt purge mysql-common $ sudo apt install mysql-common
But now mysql binary has disappeared, so I looked for it:
$ sudo apt-file list mysql-common E: The cache is empty. You need to run "apt update" first. $ sudo apt update ... $ sudo apt-file list mysql-common E: The cache is empty. You need to run "apt update" first.
There’s no way I can know what files the package it installs… LOL.
Does anyone know how do I get mysql again?