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Old 10th October 2006, 22:20
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Default CentOS 4.4 mysql5 php5 upgrade

I was wondering if anyone was able to upgrade their CentOS 4.4 server to mysql 5 & php 5.

i had centos 4.4 and ispconfig installed with older/default version. however, when i tried to yum update with centos plus repositories enabled, it errored out when i try to restart httpd, mysqld.

i'd like to use centos if possible, but i do need php5 and mysql5. should i try a different linux distro?

any help would be appreciated.
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Old 11th October 2006, 10:18
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Which errors do you get when you start mysql or apache? Do you get any errors in the logfiles, especially the apache error log?
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Old 11th October 2006, 19:37
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hey till,

sorry for being such a newb.
your help would be greatly appreciated.

i would like to install centos 4.4 + ispconfig with php5 & mysql5.
i can go through the how-to and successfully install everything, except for php5 & mysql5.

after completing ispconfig install, what steps should I take to upgrade to php5 & mysql5?

i've literally installed over a dozen times, trying to get this to work.
last night, i even installed debian 3.1, thinking that it'd be easier to upgrade to php5 & mysql5... but i'm hitting another wall with that one.

thanks in advance for your help.
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Old 12th October 2006, 10:17
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Neither debian nor Centos ship with php5 out of the box. For debian you can add a repository like backports.org to your sources.list to get php5.

The easierw ay for you might be to choose a linux distribution which ships with php5 out of the box like Ubuntu (server), Fedora Core 5 or the latest SuSE linux. There are perfect setup guides available for these linux distributions.
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i would like to install centos 4.4 + ispconfig with php5 & mysql5.
i can go through the how-to and successfully install everything, except for php5 & mysql5.
Have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_se...4#comment-3051
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Can you please tell me the packages tu update from php4 to php5?

yum update ..................... ?

Thank you in advance!
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You can search for PHP5 packages like this:
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yum search php5
You can install the packages like this:
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yum install package1 package2 ...
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