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Old 10-28-2008, 04:14 AM   #1
m0ntassar
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mysql-client upgrade from 4.0/4.1 to 5.1


I have a set of linux servers(debian/redhat) that I use to run perl/php scripts for some data processing purpose.
Some of them have mysql-client 4.0 and others have 4.1.
I need to upgrade to the mysql client 5.1 but I do not want to proceed with rpm/deb packages.
I looked for the mysql-client tarballs at mysql.com, community download section, but I only found rpms
the only tarball availabel is a bulky 100Mb containing mysql-server full install files.
Could any body point me where to find tarballs for mysql-client 5.1
 
  


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