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From:Martin Gallwey Date:March 11 2012 3:49pm
Subject:Re: old version.
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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.

Cheers,

Martin

On Sun, 11 Mar 2012, Mensfort wrote:

> Hi,
>
> 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 
> Katya?
> 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...
>
> greetings,
> Bart Houkes
> Eindhoven NL
>
>
>
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old version.Mensfort11 Mar
  • Re: old version.Martin Gallwey11 Mar
  • Re: old version.Warren Young11 Mar