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In RHEL 7, and consequently in CentOS7, the mysql- packages (or most of them, anyway) have been replaced with mariadb- packages due to an upstream rename/fork. Simply yum install mariadb-server mariadb-libs mariadb and you should be okay - the command names themselves are still mostly mysql related.
You're missing a few requirements in order for sox to be usable, mainly libmad. This is what I use to install sox in an EC2: [NOTES] In FAAC you need to delete a line making a deprecated call or it won't compile. LIBMAD needs a patch in order to compile. I run ldconfig after each build, it may be overkill but a couple of times I didn't do it the install ...
Similar issue - and my fix. I had a problem with memory too, so had to upgrade the memory of the VPS. I then did a yum update - of course got the errors as above. So looked on the failed, and noticed what happen was that Yum installed (well, started to install) the latest coreutils - version 37, whereas I still had bits of 31. So first, removed version 37, ...
This may actually be OEL 6, not RHEL 6. However, the solution is close to what you attempted - you simply need to obtain the OEL 6 RPM-GPG-KEY file from Oracle, not the OEL 5 key. I haven't tried this myself as I don't have OEL systems, but I think you can do this with wget http://public-yum.oracle.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle-el6, then rpm --import ...
You need to: Clear your yum cache. yum clean all Resync your installed packages with what's in the repos. yum distro-sync
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