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Run a database on Fedora

By Aldanatech ·
I have a database system based on MySql and PHP that I want to run on a Fedora Linux computer. How can I accomplish this? Do I need special software?

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by red.bug In reply to Run a database on Fedora

Fedora runs MySQL and PHP just fine. In fact, depending on the versions of Fedora, MySQL, and PHP that you are running currently, the version numbers may be consistent between your existing platform and the Fedora installation.

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by Aldanatech In reply to

Yes, I know it will support it. It is a 64-bit Fedora system. The problem is that I'm still fairly new to Linux and I need help on how to execute the database system.

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by vava_okehh In reply to

please give me some example to build some project...
which that project make fedora,mySQL,php????????

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by vava_okehh In reply to

please give me some example to build some project...
which that project make fedora,mySQL,php????????

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by BlueCollarGeek In reply to Run a database on Fedora

I believe Falko Timme wrote a very nice tutorial on this. See http://www.falkotimme.com/howtos/perfect_setup_fedora_core_4/index.php

To make this tutorial fit your needs, ignore portion about adding the mail server and DO configure your firewall as you will not be using the ISPConfig product to setup the firewall on the system later.

MySQL and Apache are run as services to provide the platform for your database to run. You don't really "execute" them per se.

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by BlueCollarGeek In reply to Run a database on Fedora

I believe Falko Timme wrote a very nice tutorial on this. See http://www.falkotimme.com/howtos/perfect_setup_fedora_core_4/index.php

To make this tutorial fit your needs, ignore portion about adding the mail server and DO configure your firewall as you will not be using the ISPConfig product to setup the firewall on the system later.

MySQL and Apache are run as services to provide the platform for your database to run. You don't really "execute" them per se.

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by joe In reply to Run a database on Fedora

There is a plethora of documentation on all aspects of Linux available at the Linux Documentation Project <http://www.tldp.org>. As for moving the existing system to a Fedora server, it's likely that you should be able to just move the relevant files over, restart the database service and Bob's your uncle. Just make sure you verify the compatibility of the version numbers of MySQL and PHP before going this.

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