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From:Anders Lundgren Date:September 21 2006 1:13pm
Subject:Re: debian installation
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You can get MySQL 5 either by a backport ( or by 
changing to Etch that will be the new stable release in december. See for more information.


Jangita @ FSA wrote:
> hello all
> i installed debian linux netinst which installed well; and proceeded to 
> install mysql with the command below
> apt-get install mysql-server
> that also went well, i proceeded to configure etc etc
> when i logged in from a client i noticed that the mysql server version 
> is 4! is there a way i can get an apt source with the latest mysql 
> server? if not can someone outline step by step instructions on how to 
> install the latest mysql on debian?
> my version of debian is debian-31r3-i386-netinst (sarge)
> thanks.

Anders Lundgren
Viba IT Handelsbolag
debian installationJangita @ FSA21 Sep
  • Re: debian installationJoerg Bruehe21 Sep
  • Re: debian installationAnders Lundgren21 Sep
  • Re: debian installationAlvaro Cobo22 Sep
Re: debian installationJangita @ FSA21 Sep