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Norbert Tretkowski recently worked on packaging MySQL 5.0.67, the latest Community Edition release of MySQL Server. But, since the next Debian version – Lenny – is already frozen, the packages were not uploaded to the official archive.

Instead of that, I rebuilt them and made them available on Dotdeb for Etch amd64/i386.

Please take a look at the official Changelog before upgrading and thank Norbert for his good work.

4 Responses to “MySQL 5.0.67 available”

  1. Guillaume Plessis

    I’ll add this patch to my packages if the official Debian maintainer decides to add it too : My MySQL packages are just backports from Debian unstable/testing.

    Please fill a bug report on Debian’s website to include these features.

  2. Marki

    Ok, I understand your opinion. But I don’t think these patches will get into official Debian release.
    How difficult is to apply some patches to your src mysql package? I know there is some “debian way” for it…
    Maybe you can give us some short howto for this.
    Thanks

  3. Guillaume Plessis

    The best way to do it is to :
    – fetch the source package (apt-get source mysql-server-5.0)
    – uncompress it (dpkg-source -x *.dsc)
    – put the patch in the debian/patches/ subdirectory and add it to the 00list file
    – rebuild the packages (./debian/rules binary)