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i need to install MySQL 4.1 under a Centos web server(My centos release is 6.4, x86_64), can anyone please help me with rebuilding so many dependencies? I use rpmrebuild command and gcc, gcc-c++ are already installed. Here is the rpm list which i need.

EDIT I added Freebsd as an alternative, can anyone please suggest a port collection for MySQL 4.1 please?

Thanks in advance

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closed as not constructive by ewwhite, Jim B, Ward, mdpc, freiheit May 10 '13 at 18:16

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can you please just give an idea instead of downvoting? –  İlhan Çetin May 10 '13 at 8:36
    
This needs more background. Why don't you use the MySQL packages that come with CentOS? –  freiheit May 10 '13 at 18:16
    
@freiheit Hi, the company i started uses mysql 4.1 on freebsd, they want to have a bacup cluster to the live system so they asked me to install MySQL 4.1.. I m free i f i use Linux, freebsd, mac or anything, i will try to install on freebsd for the moment –  İlhan Çetin May 11 '13 at 8:25

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First off: mysql 4.1 is ancient. Instead of investing time in rebuilding it, invest time in upgrading to 5.0, 5.1 and then 5.5.

Now for the rebuild, this is how I generally do this, as non-root user:

$ sudo yum install yum-utils
$ echo '%_topdir %(echo $HOME)/rpmbuild' > ~/.rpmmacros
$ sudo yum-builddep mysql
$ rpm -i MySQL-4.1.22-0.src.rpm
$ rpmbuild -ba ~/rpmbuild/SPECS/mysql.spec
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thanks for your answer, you are right about upgrading but they rejected that sugeestion. Thay say that their code has run too slow on MySQL 5 strangely. I will try to solve this situation for them. –  İlhan Çetin May 10 '13 at 10:24

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