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Old 07-09-2004, 11:26 AM   #1
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Php or Mysql upgrade on Fedora Core 2 "Uptodate" Program

When I tried to upgrade my php on fedora core 2 using that uptodate program, the php seemed corrupted. There doesnt seem to be a module for the php. Also, when I didn't install mysql in the first place because I wanted to hand install mysql 4.0.20, the mysql 4.0.20 didnt work. This was because there was a missing "php-mysql" package.

So my question is-
#1- Where do I find this php-mysql package? The one on rpmfind says something about and if I install the one from cd it automatically installs mysql 3.23.

#2- If that package can't be downloaded, how will I upgrade mysql 3.23 to 4.0?

Please give me step by step "howto" kinda thing cause Im a newby...

(I installed and reinstalled fedora a record of 11 times...)

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