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Yeah this is so not the end of the world. You'll want to boot using a rescue CD - which for CentOS means the installation media. At the boot prompt, enter linux rescue You will be presented with an option to mount your filesystem in read/write mode, mount it in read only mode, or skip mounting it. Select the option to mount in read/write mode. Your ...
Stop the install command and rebuild your rpm database. You should be able to: rm /var/lib/rpm/__db* Then: rpm --rebuilddb Then attempt your installation again.
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