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I executed apt-get update, also apt-get upgrade. I removed mysql server et cetera and reinstalled it. All to no avail.
And yes, I use mysql.
The thing is, I use this Debian version just for experiments, so it's no problem to do a complete new installation. But if this can happen here, it could happen on my other PC too, so I want to be able to solve it without trashing the whole thing and start anew.
Which brings me to the next point: what's the best way to make a complete backup of my system that could be transported to another PC?
cacti - Frontend to rddtool for monitoring systems and services
mysql-server - mysql database server (meta package depending on the latest version)
mysql-server-4.1 - mysql database server (transitional package)
mysql-server-5.0 - mysql database server binaries
phpbb2-conf-mysql - Automatic configurator for phpbb2 on MySQL database