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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:12 am 
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I'm running Apache Fedora Core 7 and need to update Open SSH and MySQL's versions but YUM Update doesnt work. Anyone here know where i would find RPM files to update manually?


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i tried that....when i didnt have any luck i came here


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and that still didn't help.

Anyone knew where a fedora 7 RPM for MySQL 5.1.67 nd OpenSSH5 is? I'm having the darndest time...


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Try it again. First link provided by google is a database of RPMs that you can download and install from the command line. The majority of the links on the first page are to web pages that allow you to search for RPMs by name and download them.

Are you looking for more than the RPMs for openSSH and MySQL?


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yeah i checked the link but the only thing I'm finding is like rpm for for 5.1.31

yeah i jsut need SQL, and SSH (and to find where the Mod-SSL file is on my server)


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:50 am 
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nekollx wrote:
yeah i checked the link but the only thing I'm finding is like rpm for for 5.1.31

yeah i jsut need SQL, and SSH (and to find where the Mod-SSL file is on my server)


http://tinyurl.com/ag62ec

http://tinyurl.com/avpb69


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and again that leads me nowhere close to findignthe RPM files i need


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:02 pm 
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nekollx wrote:
and again that leads me nowhere close to findignthe RPM files i need
Then WTH do you need?

You need SQL so I told you how to google it. You need SSH I did that too. What do you want to do if installing SQL and SSH isn't it?

YOU DON'T NEED TO DOWNLOAD INDIVIDUAL RPM FILES. Just freaking use YUM. It is a package manager, that is what makes life easy.

Do you want somebody to come do it for you?

http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_server_fedora7
http://www.howtoforge.com/the_perfect_desktop_fedora7


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:06 pm 
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nekollx wrote:
I'm running Apache Fedora Core 7 and need to update Open SSH and MySQL's versions but YUM Update doesnt work. Anyone here know where i would find RPM files to update manually?


Learn to read the original post


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:10 pm 
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nekollx wrote:
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I'm running Apache Fedora Core 7 and need to update Open SSH and MySQL's versions but YUM Update doesnt work. Anyone here know where i would find RPM files to update manually?


Learn to read the original post
So fix YUM? Or learn to google (which is what we have been trying to get you to do...)

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=fe ... tnG=Search

http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/
http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/fedora/upd ... yName.html

http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/fedora/upd ... yName.html


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http://www.google.com/search?q=fix+yum+update


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:17 pm 
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i did use Goggle. I'm still not finding away to fix Yum or get the RPM that work with Fedora 7. Stop being so condescending. If it was a easy fix I wouldn't still be posting here.


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I think his issue is that FC7 is no longer supported and the YUM repos only have the older versions. Not that this is an excuse for being a dick in the response to those helping.

Nekollox, spend some time and pay attention to what they are trying to tell you. Stop being a jerk, you did not ask for step by step instructions nor did you give very much information other than "I need a newer version."

Go to mysql.com and get the newer version if that is how you are going to be about it. If you don't know how to do that ask, nicely...


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I think his issue is that FC7 is no longer supported and the YUM repos only have the older versions. Not that this is an excuse for being a dick in the response to those helping.

Nekollox, spend some time and pay attention to what they are trying to tell you. Stop being a jerk, you did not ask for step by step instructions nor did you give very much information other than "I need a newer version."

Go to mysql.com and get the newer version if that is how you are going to be about it. If you don't know how to do that ask, nicely...


I di state the verson number several times, and how was I a dick after each post i said "tried it, still no luck" So how am i suposet to get our sites PCI compliant if the new versions don't support Fedora 7?


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nekollx wrote:
So how am i suposet to get our sites PCI compliant if the new versions don't support Fedora 7?
Upgrade to FC 10?


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nekollx wrote:
I di state the verson number several times, and how was I a dick


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I'm running Apache Fedora Core 7 and need to update Open SSH and MySQL's versions but YUM Update doesnt work. Anyone here know where i would find RPM files to update manually?


Learn to read the original post


Hmmmm, you tell me?

You want to start over now?

You have fedora 7 running what versions of MySQL and Apache? and You need to get them to what versions to be PCI compliant? List them in an organized manner please so we all know exactly what you are trying to accomplish.

I am not going to go back and read through this thread. We are starting over remember? ;) Keep in mind you are asking for RPM files and there may not be any out there. I think you have a misunderstanding about what an RPM actually is. You may have to install these by hand.


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nekollx wrote:
So how am i suposet to get our sites PCI compliant if the new versions don't support Fedora 7?


I never said you cant upgrade the software; I simply said that possibly no one has built a package for you and you will have to do it the old fashioned way.


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I have My SQL Community Server 5.0 but need 5.0.67 to be compliant and need to upgrade OpenSSH to 5.0 as well as a make a change to Mod-SSL (i just need the find the file for the last one)

I can't run YUM Update

I am running Fedora Core 7 and i can up upgrade fedora without loosing EVERYTHING on my server.


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And I am guessing your linux proficiency is not at senior admin levels?

Have you or do you know how to install packages manually? Ever compiled a program?


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i have experience with Dos and BASIc but not so much Apache


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