[CentOS] mysqld breaks yum, help?
dac.chartrand at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 02:34:54 UTC 2008
On 5-Oct-08, at 10:10 PM, nate wrote:
> Perhaps you should use a distribution that includes all of the
> packages you need rather than trying to bolt a bunch of
> 3rd party stuff on to CentOS.
Only a the PHP packages came from a 3rd party, Everything else as far
as I know comes from CentOS-Base.repo. I later removed the 3rd party
PHP rpms (see log) and re-installed what was available from CentOS-
> I never, ever directly use 3rd party repositories. Never
> have had a problem. I even download mysql from mysql.com and
> build it from source, even go so far as rebuilding php
> to link against the newer mysql(in CentOS 4's case). No
Well. this is definitely good advice. But for the rest of us looking
to use yum, you know, the default CentOS package management software,
it seems a bit odd top to say "you shouldn't have used yum" when all
the documentation I searched for led to it?
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