HELP PLZ! UNABLE TO INSTALL MYSQL WITH PHP on my Red Hat :(

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Post by frogrocker » Sun Jul 11, 2004 8:25 am

I experienced these problems with RedHat but still don't know how to fix them. Take my advice, try Mandrake - it works straight from the install.

Otherwise, try Linux Questions, they'll be able to sort you out.

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Post by ruturajv » Sun Jul 11, 2004 7:20 pm

yes, why mandrake, but as well with redhat 9.0 , select custom options while installing and in the databases, server, select apache, php and mysql, and pgsql as well if you want..
Since with redhat 9.0 you have decent gui, just go to installed applications, and add php, mysql as well.... but would require the linux instal. disks.

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Post by frogrocker » Mon Jul 12, 2004 2:08 am

ruturajv wrote:yes, why mandrake, but as well with redhat 9.0 , select custom options while installing and in the databases, server, select apache, php and mysql, and pgsql as well if you want..
Since with redhat 9.0 you have decent gui, just go to installed applications, and add php, mysql as well.... but would require the linux instal. disks.


I'm sure you can, but in my experience Mandrake is just easier to use. The package manager is really good, and when I tried RedHat even though I selected PHP and mySQL at install it didn't work straight away as it did with Mandrake.

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