the company Im currently working was able to installed redhat 6.5 in their VM and they uploaded the Rhel 6.5 iso in the redhat server. I was able to install the apache and the php but when I tried to install the mysql, it gives me the dependency problem. Also, the VM is not connected to the internet as of the moment that is why Im using the iso to install mysql. Please click the link below:
Dependency problem for the mysql
I mounted the iso and was able to install the other things but not the mysql. I've downloaded also those broken dependency file from the internet and try to install them but it seems that there are some .rpm file requires to connect to the internet.
Do you have any idea on how can I solve this?

  • This is not a place to seek urgent help. If you need urgent help, hire someone.
    – EEAA
    Jan 6, 2016 at 5:44
  • Hi, my bad. it is not so urgent but i need to know the solution of this problem.
    – Joffrey
    Jan 6, 2016 at 5:47
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    First, connect to the Internet. Then license the system. Then update the system. Then try again. Jan 6, 2016 at 5:47
  • Unfortunately, my boss dont want to connect the vm to the internet as of the moment. I dont know the reason why. That is why I just download the rhel 6.5 iso and mounted it. can install other rpm files except those files that have some dependency problem. is there other solution for this without involve an internet connection? any help or idea will be much appriated
    – Joffrey
    Jan 6, 2016 at 6:00
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    Replace your defective boss and then see my previous advice :) Jan 6, 2016 at 7:38

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I just found a solution. While I was checking what were the software installed in the Redhat 6.5, I noticed that the mysqls that were installed were 32bit and the Redhat is a 64bit. So I remove first the mysql-libs which was installed first and then removed other that were dependency of mysql-libs. After removing them all, I just re-install them again using the ISO that was mounted in the system. The iso mounted in the system is a 64bit. It is now able to install everything.

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