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Re: MariaDB 10.0.15 now available
I'll summarize the points as I see them.
1) document what must be removed in advance if MySQL was installed with the
distro CD/DVD and/or offficial repo's of the distro.
2) figure out the problem with KDE and take a decision if this will be
fixed or not (I think it will be difficult)
3) expose packages installed in "rpm -qa" command
4) support activating/deactivating and starting/stopping service from YaST
"Service Management" GUI.
(and please add TokuDB and InfiniDB soon. ¨'playing around' with TokuDB was
my primary motivation for all this)
On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 9:38 AM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Daniel!
> Perhaps we should put a note for every new platform that we add (was
> CentOS 7, now it's openSUSE) that this is a new platform, just added,
> a first release for it, so while binaries are same as everywhere and
> stable, the packaging (conflicts, dependencies) is new and might have
> some rough edges?
> I've created MDEV-7211 for this issue to make sure it won't be
> On Nov 25, Peter Laursen wrote:
> > I *CERTAINLY* think this
> > is
> > premature taken this discussion into account!
> > And I believe this "You will also be prompted about a conflict between
> > openSUSE's own MariaDB 5.5 client package and the MariaDB client package"
> > is wrong. It may be correct for 12.2 but 12.3 does not have the MariaDB
> > client package. It had 10.0.13 (and I think also some client package from
> > Oracle - probably for some compability reason.
> > What about the conflicts on OpenSuSE 12.3 *1) with KDE and *2) with
> > 10.0.13 as installed from the distro DVD?
> > -- Peter