You could just apt-get remove mysql++ and then install 3.0.9 from source
code? Or possibly better, get a copy of the 3.0.9 .deb file from the Mint
11 distro just in case there are upstream changes that could trip you up.
On Sun, 11 Mar 2012, Mensfort wrote:
> My laptop has Linuxmint 12 with mysql++ 3.1.0
> The restaurants who use my software have Linuxmint 11 with mysql 3.0.9...
> So I compile with version 3.1.0 and try to run it at a PC with version 3.0.9.
> This doesn't work.
> I don't want to update all restaurants with linuxmint 12, because the
> touchscreen is not working anymore.
> I don't want the old linux 11 on my laptop, because then I have no sound.
> What is possible:
> 1. Update the restaurant to mysql++ 3.1.0 gives problems.. also using the so
> file gives strange issues in another packet. is anything possible in Linux 11
> 2. Can I go back to 3.0.9 in the latest version of mysql? How?
> 3. Maybe some of you know why touchscreen is not working in Linux 12, but
> that's for another forum probably...
> Bart Houkes
> Eindhoven NL
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