Robert Semenoff wrote:
> Actually I do think it's a problem with the (default) compiler/libraries in
> But I have managed to get other sources built on 6.0 without any trouble
> whereas in mySQL 3.22.25, the configure script in the source distribution
> even generating a makefile.
> I was just curious if mySQL has any intention of sometime soon providing a
> version of configure.in (if that's the problem) and/or information on which
> compiler/library should
> be used with 6.0. If not I'll just have to find a Redhat 5.2 somewhere and
> use that...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul DuBois <paul@stripped>
> To: Robert Semenoff <r.semenoff@stripped>; mysql@stripped
> Date: Saturday, July 10, 1999 12:09 PM
> Subject: Re: 3.22 distribution for RH 6.0 ?
> >At 11:19 AM -0700 7/10/1999, Robert Semenoff wrote:
> >>Hi -
> >>Are there any plans to offer a development release of mySQL which will
> >>"out of the box" on Linux Redhat 6.0 ?
> >Are the problems with MySQL or with RedHat 6? I might be wrong, but
> >from my impressions reading this mailing list and others RedHat 6
> >seems to be causing many people problems with several pieces of
> >Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
> >Northern League Chronicles: http://www.snake.net/nl/
- TCX binary on a Linux platform will give you better performance than
almost anything you could ever compile yourself (unless you get the
right tools, and spend a lot of time trying to come with come up a
- If you still want to compile after reading the first point, carefully
study the diagnostics of configure, understand what is missing or
misconfigured, fix it, and it will work. Then maybe post a script that
will patch RedHat 6.0 installation so that MySQL will compile on it. If
it works, Monty will probably include it in the distribution.