[CentOS] CentOS 6.4, LAMP, MariaDB

Sat Oct 26 23:34:47 UTC 2013
Joseph Hesse <joehesse at gmail.com>

On 10/26/2013 05:10 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 26.10.2013 23:37, schrieb Joseph Hesse:
>> I know that php-mysql has to be installed to complete the LAMP stack
>> installation.  From lots of googling I understand that there is a
>> php-mysql and a php-mysqlnd.  If I do:
>> # yum list | grep -i php-mysql
>> I only get php-mysql, not php-mysqlnd, even though the MariaDB
>> repository is active.
> CentOS != Fedora
>> Will php-mysql work or should I try to find mysqlnd?
> maybe you should read what myqsqlnd is at all
> http://www.php.net/manual/en/intro.mysqlnd.php
> it is a different *low-level* abstraction compared
> to libmysql and so the question is nonsense
> from the view of php scripts there is no difference
> hence you can even compile php with libmysqlnd without
> provide any loadable extension
>> FYI: I installed
>> LAMP with MariaDB on a Fedora 19 box and, I don't remember how,
>> php-mysqlnd was installed
> CentOS/RHEL != Fedora
Thank you for your reply.  What I want to do is install WordPress on a 
CentOS 6.4 server using MariDB.  According to the WordPress 
documentation you need a LAMP server.  I have installed MariaDB and 
php.  What else do I have to install to get a functioning LAMP server?
Thank you in advance.