update apache /scripts/easyapache

kahlid123

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i got this erreor when i run /scripts/easyapache

Your operating system's rpm update method (yum) was not able to locate the glibc package. This is an indication of an improper setup. You must correct this error before you can proceed.


how can i compile apachae for mysql 4.19?
 

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kahlid123 said:
i got this erreor when i run /scripts/easyapache

Your operating system's rpm update method (yum) was not able to locate the glibc package. This is an indication of an improper setup. You must correct this error before you can proceed.


how can i compile apachae for mysql 4.19?
/scripts/mysqlup

if that dont work try

/scripts/mysqlup --force


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OCX

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also too make sur eyou have already checked the box MYSQL 4.1
using 4.1 old password method Tweak Settings in WHM


then run
/scripts/mysqlup


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kahlid123 said:
[email protected] [~]# yum install glibc
-bash: yum: command not found
That means yum is either deleted or not installed. Run this command using the full locate path:
/usr/bin/yum
If you get the same error, then you'll have to install yum using the RPM package. Download the RPM package from the author/vendor's web site or FTP. What's your OS? CentOS or FC?
 

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AndyReed said:
That means yum is either deleted or not installed. Run this command using the full locate path:
/usr/bin/yum
If you get the same error, then you'll have to install yum using the RPM package. Download the RPM package from the author/vendor's web site or FTP. What's your OS? CentOS or FC?
how i can to install RPM package for yum?

RedHat Enterprise 3 i686
 

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kahlid123 said:
how i can to install RPM package for yum?

RedHat Enterprise 3 i686
RHE v3 is a commercial product, and one of the things you're paying for when buying RHE is the binary packaging of (what is otherwise mostly) open source code. You can download the SRPMS and compile them by hand, but YUM won't
do that for you. For your server, do not use yum with RHE. Just in case you have the expertise, time and resource, you CAN make your own repositories.
 
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