Le 22/02/2013 10:53, Ian Whitfield a écrit :
Can you log into a TTY console as root ?
Press Ctrl+F1, this should switch you from the desktop GUI to a full
Login as root, enter the root password.
Now try reading the contents of /var and /var/lib
ls -an /var
if you have a /var/lib/mysql directory, list the contents of that too.
Some versions of msyql put the data in a DATA directory, instead of
directly in /var/lib/mysql. If you have some data in there, such as an
ibdata file or a FRM file that are not empty (ib_data files can be quite
big), then you have a chance to recover your data.
Read up on how to reset the mysql privileges for your Linux distribs :
Ask on the PCLinuxOS forums.
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