I'm trying to install MySQL on a raspberry PI 2. First I tried the obvious and just ran: (sudo apt-get install mysql-server). That ultimately fails, looking like this:
The picture below shows that MySQL-server is already installed and of the latest version. This is just because I took the screen shot after a recent failure and had run the install command again so I could replicate the error for the screenshot. With each attempt to try a different fix I have completely remove MySQL-server and all of it's dependencies.
So then I tried to run (sudo dpkg --configure mysql-server-5.5) and (sudo apt-get install -f) to try and fix the pakage and then tried to run (sudo apt-get install mysql-server) once more. I got the same errors. So then I compleately removed everything, including the folders created by the setup and tried to install from a tarball. That pretty much led me to the same place as before. I've looked through dozens of forums trying to find an answer but all the issues I found with PI and mysql had to do with a conflict with an older firmware. Does anyone have any suggestions for me?
-----UPDATE 3/4/15 9:16PM-----
It was suggested that I install synaptic and try to use it to install in hopes that it might be able to better handle the errors I am receiving. Unfortunately that failed as well giving me the following: