I was asking if you could elaborate on the advice you gave to DiOmega
. Somehow he was able to fix the problem (as he hasn't continued with the thread) but I don't understand what he did.
aptitude manages the dependencies for mysql, but it does not update the PHP that is used to run ISPConfig.
I didn't change anything relating to my PHP. All I did was upgrade from MySQL 4.0.24 to 4.1.11.
1) You will have to install the mysql-devel library that is compatible with your database.
libmysqlclient14 and libmysqlclient14-dev are the libraries required, and both are installed.
This is the apt-get command I used:
apt-get install mysql-server-4.1 mysql-client-4.1 libmysqlclient14-dev
2) You will have to reinstall / update ISPConfig when the ISPConfig PHP is not able to connect to your database anymore.
Whilst I can uninstall ISPConfig and reinstall it, the compiling takes an enormously long time on my machine, so if updating is an option, I would like to use it. How would I do that?
(I have used the update option in ISPConfig and updated the phpMyAdmin package to version 2.9.1, but that's it.)