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Well, if it's not the first time you're trying to install DevStack, ./ doesn't remove MySQl data and that sometimes can't result to errors during re-installations.

I would suggest trying:

1) ./ 2) ./ 3) ./

The script will remove all packages installed by ./ during previous installations so your next installation will begin from scratch (re-download packages, re-install etc)

Or just manually remove MySQL and all it's dependencies before running ./ again.

Hope this helps.