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Mysql Update MySQL 4.1.14-standard :S

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by UndeaD, Dec 30, 2005.

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  1. UndeaD

    UndeaD Well-Known Member

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    I'M Usin mysql version 4.0.25 but I'want to change mysql version to
    MySQL 4.1.14-standard . How Can I do that ?

    My Update Config : Stable
     
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    help pls.....
     
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    RTFM - Look in WHM > Tweak Settings and change the version and follow the directions.
     
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    :S but 4.0.25
     
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    you need to tick ver 4.1 and follow the instructions

    you have ver 4.0 ticked
     
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    RTFM - Look in WHM > Tweak Settings and change the version and follow the directions.

    Don't you think your reply leading with "RTFM" is a little harsh? Yes, I know you could spend all your time answering questions for people who apparently will not read the documentation for themselves. Suggestion: Paste a link to the applicable WebHostManager documention and perhaps also suggest which section might be most helpful since you are so conversant with it.:)

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    Please don't revive threads that are 5 years dead.
     
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