[Phpwm] MySQL 3!!!

pete graham petegraham1 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 13:51:25 GMT 2008

We suspect its some old version of Redhat. Personally I'd be much
happier if we were doing the hosting, but it has already been decided.
Originally they wanted the site done in ASP so I guess I should be
happy that we got to use PHP at all!


On 09/01/2008, Phil Beynon <phil at infolinkelectronics.co.uk> wrote:
> > I'm about to start work on a website for a client, annoyingly the
> > client is hosting the site and they have php 4.3.2 and mysql 3.23.58
> > on their server (strop has already been thrown).
> >
> > To set up the dev environment quickly I was going to switch XAMPP on
> > my machine to PHP4 but I will also need to install a windows version
> > of mysql 3, anyone know where to get this? I don't seem to be able to
> > find it on Google.
> >
> > Alternatively I am going to have to get mysql 3 installed on one of
> > our old dev servers (linux), even our oldest server runs mysql 4.1.20
> >
> > Thanks, Pete
> What are they hosting on that has a version that old - it looks like the
> base s/w load on a Cobalt Raq - but if it is then its completely unpatched.
> Lowest I have installed is MySQL 4.0.24 if thats any use.
> If it's their server why not upgrade it for them - or if its a hosting
> company then lets all have a laugh at their expense!
> Phil
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