So for a piece of software (specifically mysql or more specifically libmysqlclient.so.16) CentOS is one version older than the latest version for fedora. Since they're both RHEL based and I c... [by steve42t]
on 03/29/2010 – Made popular on 03/29/2010
I have a program installed, but it's outdated. It doesn't upgrade, so I uninstall it and then reinstall it from the Software Center to update it to the latest version. Even though Software Center has the latest version listed, it continues to install the older version of the program. How can I get Software Center to install the latest version?
My current MySQL version is 5.1.63. I got this error:
fatal: Newer releases of cPanel & WHM are not compatible with your MySQL version: 5.1. Upgrade your MySQL server to a version greater or equal to 5.5
Now I am trying to update MySQL via Software > Update MySQL but MySQL 5.5 is just not shown there.. very strange.
Fedora 16 (code named as Verne) beta version released! while final version is expected to be released in November 2011. Fedora is one of the most popular Linux based operating system and commonly called as a rock solid distro, with latest cutting edge features that you can expect from a latest Linux distro.
MySQL is one of the most popular open source Relation Database Management System (RDBMS), used very widely developing database based Applications – it’s specifically very popular in web development (The blog – you’re reading right now, is based on wordpress, which also uses MySQL databases for storing contents such as post, category, comments, and other meta data).
I've been a Linux user since 1999 and use it exclusively. I used Red Hat for years and when the switch to Fedora happened I moved to Debian and eventually to Ubuntu. The latest Ubuntu is not impressing me at all and thought I would install the latest Fedora to see if it is a better experience.