SVN 3087 and above hand during install



  • [FONT=Tahoma]I am trying to stay up-to-date with the latest versions of Fog but any version after 3086 will not complete the setup process. I get the error “No packages found matching php5-mysqlnd”. I was able to determine this by backtracking through the different releases starting with the latest. Any help would be much appreciated.[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Tahoma]Thanks.[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Tahoma]OS: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS[/FONT]
    [FONT=Tahoma]Hardware: Dell OptiPlex 9020[/FONT]


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    No problem. Glad to see it was resolved!



  • I’m golden now, thanks for the help guys!



  • [quote=“need2, post: 47086, member: 21891”]Wait… why are you using Ubuntu 10.04?!

    [url]https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/installing-upgrading.html[/url]

    Or you could use this as an opportunity to go to a different Distro all together. The problem is it looks like mysqlnd was never released for 10.04.[/quote]

    I never even thought of upgrading the OS :oops: . I will give that a try and let you know if I’m still having issues.



  • CentOS, Fedora, RedHat … Debian.

    not the new debian though… FOG isn’t coded for it yet… (AND IT’S NOT A BUG!)


  • Moderator

    Wait… why are you using Ubuntu 10.04?!

    [url]https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/installing-upgrading.html[/url]

    Or you could use this as an opportunity to go to a different Distro all together. The problem is it looks like mysqlnd was never released for 10.04.



  • [quote=“need2, post: 47075, member: 21891”]I remember this being an issue with a few revisions, but I have 3365 installed just fine. Let me poke about and see if I can find a fix though.

    Granted I am running Debian and not Ubuntu, but its like comparing apples and pears, so close enough.

    EDIT: Try sudo apt-get -f install . Then tell me the output.[/quote]

    All 0’s on the output.



  • Maybe reset the default Repository that your ubuntu box uses.


  • Moderator

    I remember this being an issue with a few revisions, but I have 3365 installed just fine. Let me poke about and see if I can find a fix though.

    Granted I am running Debian and not Ubuntu, but its like comparing apples and pears, so close enough.

    EDIT: Try sudo apt-get -f install . Then tell me the output.


 

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