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I ran:

 sudo apt-get --fix-broken install

and ended up removing:

MySQL-client (5.0.92-0.glibc23)
MySQL-server (5.0.92-0.glibc23)
bandmin (1.6.1-1_newinit)
exim (4.69-30_cpanel_maildir)
mdadm (2.6.9-3.el5)
redhat-lsb (4.0-2.1.4.el5)
redhat-lsb.32bit (4.0-2.1.4.el5)
sendmail-cf (8.13.8-8.el5)
sendmail-devel (8.13.8-8.el5)
sendmail-devel.32bit (8.13.8-8.el5)

I am very unpopular at work at the moment.

trying to install mysql client I get:

No package mysql-client available. 

What gives :) ? should I add a list of new repositories?

How about mysql-data is it gone :) ! ?

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You still have yum installed? If yes please post the output of yum search mysql –  George Tasioulis Sep 28 '11 at 10:28
    
Problem fixed itself! post an answer and get accepted :) –  abcde123483 Sep 28 '11 at 10:30
    
Thanks for that :) –  George Tasioulis Sep 28 '11 at 10:32

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You still have yum installed? If yes please post the output of yum search mysql or just try yum install mysql mysql-server

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