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I need update to a new and stable version. i´m search but not have good lucky.

Thanks for your answer.

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If the core centos repo don't have want your looking for (and neither does the testing repo), try these:

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thx work fine but how upgrade to any version if want? – devopensource Nov 20 '09 at 11:14
@Seeal - if you want to use any version you want, you will have to compile from source. Pre-packaged versions intergrate with your exisiting system better, and make sure you have all the dependencies installed, however depend on people (re)creating them when an update upstream comes out. – Coops Nov 20 '09 at 12:54

The best way would be to use CentOS's package manger 'yum' for MySQL:

yum update mysql-server

For phpMyAdmin, just download the latest stable version from their website and copy that to the desired location. Don't forget to alter the file to your wishes afterwards.

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Setting up Update Process Could not find update match for mysql-server No Packages marked for Update this error launch :( – devopensource Nov 19 '09 at 13:46
I doubt your comment phpmyadmin the fixed mysql but not yet, thank you very much for the help – devopensource Nov 19 '09 at 13:54

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