Scott Fletcher wrote:
> I'm pretty used to installing OpenSSL, Mod_SSL, Mcrypt, cURL, PHP and Apache
> with all of them in tar.gz files.  Now I'm experiementing it on the Linux
> and mySQL.  Never tried it on both Linux and mySQL before.

In my very limited Linux experience I found out that if you just ignore 
the RPMs and install the tarballs in instead everything works great. 
It's what I usually do.

If you cannot avoid using RPMs you might want to check for the --force 
option. But IMHO it's stupid to waste the solid experience you already have.



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