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This problem is caused by Plesk 12, which does not support mysqlnd. It seems, that it works with mysqldn despite it is not officially supported. It is not recommended to modify these settings on a production environment. It is an ugly hack, but in can be done. You need to modify the .deb package and remove the conflicting dependency. Get the .deb package ...


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if we believe functionality of php5mysql is superseded, and system will run without the package, we can create a dummy package providing that package name. equivs is a tool generating such a package. install equivs. the documentation is brief, and the usage is straightforward. we write a configuration file. we can start with a sample template configuration ...


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You have to specify the dependencies properly in the spec file of your .rpm packages. Rpm will manage to install all the required packages automatically. A .spec file example could be: # # Example spec file # Summary: PACKAGE C Name: PACKAGE C Version: 1.0 Release: 1 Copyright: GPL Group: Applications/Sound Requires: PACKAGE B >= 1.0.0 Source: URL URL: ...


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There's a recent blog post about this from NPM: http://blog.npmjs.org/post/101775448305/npm-and-front-end-packaging “npm is only for server-side JavaScript!” Also not true. Your package can contain anything, whether it’s ES6, client-side JS, or even HTML and CSS. These are things that naturally turn up alongside JavaScript, so put them in there. ...



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