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Update PHPMyAdmin to latest 4.6.4 #275

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amaisonneuve opened this Issue Oct 18, 2016 · 4 comments

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amaisonneuve commented Oct 18, 2016

Need to upgrade these components as they are dated..

Upgrade PHPMyAdmin to latest 4.6.4

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There are some issues with this.
Some OS distributions have a lower minimal PHP/MySQL version that the current phpmyadmin will not run on. For those using PHP 5.5.0 or newer AND MySQL 5.5 or newer/MariaDB 5.5 or newer may use the 'phpmyadmin-au' module which will auto-update it to latest version.

For users on older distributions, they will need to remain on an older version.

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TGates71 commented Oct 20, 2016

There are some issues with this.
Some OS distributions have a lower minimal PHP/MySQL version that the current phpmyadmin will not run on. For those using PHP 5.5.0 or newer AND MySQL 5.5 or newer/MariaDB 5.5 or newer may use the 'phpmyadmin-au' module which will auto-update it to latest version.

For users on older distributions, they will need to remain on an older version.

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Agreed, but as a go forward strategy we should increase the minimum requirements for future versions to 5.5 for both PHP and MySQL/MariaDB. No?

amaisonneuve commented Oct 20, 2016

Agreed, but as a go forward strategy we should increase the minimum requirements for future versions to 5.5 for both PHP and MySQL/MariaDB. No?

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Correct. This is already planned as we update the code and installers for newer OS versions.

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TGates71 commented Oct 20, 2016

Correct. This is already planned as we update the code and installers for newer OS versions.

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We should instead install different phpmyadmin depending on OS/ PHP installed.
I can be done.

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MBlagui commented Jan 28, 2017

We should instead install different phpmyadmin depending on OS/ PHP installed.
I can be done.

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