datingneeded com - Updating servers with rpm

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You should only be doing a source-based installation if you need to alter settings in one or more components of the LAMP stack (e.g., you need a feature in PHP that isn't in the default RPM).

If you are just getting started with LAMP, use the binaries provided by your distribution - it is much simpler, and a lot easier to upgrade later.

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I run Cent OS on my servers; these directions were written for Cent OS/Red Hat/Fedora.

I have had requests for Su SE (another RPM-based distribution) as well as Debian-based systems, so I will work on variants of these directions for those distributions in the future (donations might help speed that process up! The main difference between the distributions is in the paths to the startup scripts. If you need an SSL-enabled server, I have a LAMP with SSL howto as well.

Note: 1) The Open Manage Server Administrator (OMSA) upgrade using DSU utility is temporarily disabled.

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