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how to use any other version of MySQL 5 than 5.0.4

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SoftDux, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. SoftDux

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    Is it possible to use another version of MySQL 5, than 5.0.4? Joomla 1.5 isn't compatbile with it due to some bugs. So, by trying to move foward (with new scripts), we need to move backward on the server to support it?

    http://help.joomla.org/content/view/1938/310/
     
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    Hi all

    How do I use any other version of MySQL 5, than MySQL 5.0.4?

    We're trying to install Joomla 1.5 and keep on getting any error. According to their website, this is a known problem with MySQL 5.0.4
    http://help.joomla.org/content/view/1938/310

    I'd be happy to use MySQL 5.0.2 as well
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    The latest version of MySQL 5.0 we support is 5.0.51a-1.glibc23 though I believe that's only in EDGE. IIRC, the other builds are on 5.0.25.

    You can update MySQL by going to WHM -> cPanel -> Update Server Software or by running /scripts/mysqlup via SSH as root.
     
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    ** Merged Duplicate Posts, moved from the MySQL 5.2 thread **
     
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    The other branches should be on 5.0.45.
     
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    I followed that link, and it doesn't say anything about a problem with MySQL. It says PHP 5.0.4 has bugs, which I'm pretty sure last time I checked you have a choice of the different php options in the Easy Apache Upgrade menu.
     
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    Additionally, PHP 5.0.x is not even supported anymore when you run EA3, we only support 4.4.4-4.4.8 and 5.2.0-5.2.5.
     
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    That makes more sense in this discussion than MySQL 5.0.4, which was a pre-stable release of MySQL, is very old and is not provided by cPanel. Of course as DavidG stated, neither is PHP 5.0.4, for similar reasons :)
     
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