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Why am I stuck with phpMyAdmin 4.0.10.7 ?

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  1. cool_recep

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    I am on CentOS 6.6 and 11.50.0.23 GA. But my phpMyAdmin is 4.0.10.7. I tried to update it to 4.4.11 with this guide:

    philfreo.com/blog/upgrading-mysql-php-mysql-client-version-phpmyadmin/

    I have succeeded for a short time. After some time (like 10 minutes), it went back to 4.0.10.7. How ?

    Why I can not use the latest version ?

    PHP 5.6
    MySQL 5.6
     
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    cpanel will overwrite your changes during a upcp
    you will have to turn off automatic updates and run your upgrade every time you upgrade cpanel
    Or
    run a a /scripts/postupcp to reinstall your phpmyadmin
    Or
    make a feature request @ https://features.cpanel.net/topic/add
     
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    Hello :)

    You will not always see the most recent version of phpMyAdmin included with cPanel. We consider and test newer versions of phpMyAdmin as they are released for inclusion with cPanel. You can install your own local copy of phpMyAdmin onto a website if you prefer to use a different version.

    Feel free to vote for the following feature request:

    https://features.cpanel.net/topic/a...ersion-of-phpmyadmin-to-have-installed-on-whm

    Thank you.
     
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    #4 cool_recep, Aug 25, 2015
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2015
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    The reason way they dont update is what i have understand that newer version of phpMyAdmin dont support MySql 5.1
     
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    Who in the world uses MySQL 5.1 ? I am using 5.6.23.
     
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    I know one hosting provider that still use 5.1.
     
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    Hello :)

    The need for the phpMyAdmin 4.0 series mostly stems from the support of MySQL versions below 5.5. There's no specific time frame we can offer on when support for older versions of MySQL will end at this time, but feel free to vote and add your feedback to the existing feature request. Otherwise, you can still install your own custom version of phpMyAdmin onto individual accounts.

    Thank you.
     
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