FEDORA 19 <- MYSQL is no more MARIADB is now in place.
When somebody uses Fedora 19, the yum commands to install mysql and mysql-server are now installing mariadb and mariadb-server.
This in and of itself is fine, but the functions.sh file in lib/redhat is looking for and rpm named mysql which it fails. The same thing is happening for php-mysql which is now installed on Fedora 19 as php-mysqlnd
I’ve posted fog_0.33b File specifically for Fedora 19 that installs and operates.
I certainly can, just need to figure out the best approach.
if rpm -qa|grep “maria” || rpm -qa|grep “mysql” or something along those lines.
Can we modify the install scripts to check for mysql and php packages, and failover to the mariadb and mysqlnd packages, and failover to an error message/prompt for package name/quit afterwards? What are your thoughts on handling changing package names as new OS releases come out?