I want to install MySQL 5.7 on Travis CI, which runs Ubuntu 12 virtual machines.
I'm willing to use the official MySQL APT repo:
wget http://dev.mysql.com/get/mysql-apt-config_0.2.1-1ubuntu12.04_all.deb sudo dpkg --install mysql-apt-config_0.2.1-1ubuntu12.04_all.deb
But the problem is, installing this package opens an interactive menu asking the following question:
Which Server version do you wish to receive? - mysql-5.6 - mysql-5.7-dmr
As the installation is part of an automated script, I'm not behind the terminal to answer the question. The only thing I can find in the doc is:
Selecting a Major Release Version
By default, all installations and upgrades for your MySQL server and the other required components come from the release series of the major version you have selected during the installation of the configuration package (see Adding the MySQL APT Repository). However, you can switch to another supported major release series at any time by reconfiguring the configuration package you have installed. Use the following command:
shell> sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-apt-config
But again, this opens an interactive menu.
How to install this APT repository and configure it to use
mysql-5.7-dmr, on a non-interactive shell?