Hello! I've got a Centos server running fine, and I would like to install Oracle. I don't know if I could install Ora11g or any other version on my Centos. What can I check what version of Centos have I installed?
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Solved! If I made a, yum search php I saw that there is an update for php-mysql386, so, yum install php-mysql.i386 (or something like that) After that, I could use the mysql_connect function. By the way, I installed before apache, php, mysql, with: yum install httpd yum install php yum install mysql...
Hello! I installed centos, and apache with php, mysql. When I made a yum install php, it told me, php-5.1.6 installed and latest version. But I need mysql_connect function form php, and php-5.1.6 doesn't recognize, so I need php-5.3.1. What's the best way to install, or furthermore, to update from 5...
- 2009/12/19 17:24:24
- Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
- Topic: centos 5 and httpd
- Replies: 6
- Views: 372
Hello! I'm using windows 2003 srv, and virtual pc 2007. I installed centos 5, and after installing httpd, perl, mysql, and update with yum, when I try to connect to the IP Centos, it doesn't find the Apache. Maybe, it's problem from the firewall, or maybe it's problem with virtual pc network configu...