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openvz / centos 6 vps yum failing with error

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How to clean up mysql installation on centos

mysql does not exist anymore but when i run yum remove mysql it says that the package is available but not marked for installation, i cannot install new mysql because of that, I need to completely ...
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yum: memory alloc (12 bytes) returned NULL

I'm trying to set up my first ever VPS on CentOS 5.6 (128 MB RAM) and was following some tutorials found online, but I've ran into a problem I can't fix. The VPS is bought from a hoster, so I can't ...
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Upgrade PCRE on CentOS 5.5

I'm trying to upgrade pcre on my CentOS 5.5 VPS. Unfortunately the only RPMs available are for 6.6 in yum. I've found some links to newer versions of PCRE and even tried (and succeeded) at compiling ...
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Updating packages on a CentOS 5.5 VPS

I have been running a VPS for several weeks now and yum has informed me that 67 package updates are available. I'm very new to Linux and server administration in general. I have taken time to ...
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update mysql latest version from yum

I want to update mysql in my VPS from yum. However I only got 5.0.9 mysql version Which repository should I add to get mysql latest version. at least 5.1? (CentOS) Thank you
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CentOS using older “split” command? How to update?

I'm running Centos 5.3, and I'm using split as a critical part of a data import. The version of split running on the servers doesn't seem to support -p (pattern matching). The version on the server ...
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I have rented a VPS and it will be used as a LAMP server. I like using latest versions of LAMP packages and applying updates to them using yum rather than 'compile from source'. As you may already ...