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Author Topic: Program used mysql, compil in Debian Stretch to execute in Jessie  (Read 128 times)


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Hello. Developed a program that uses Tmysql55connection to access the database on the Debian Jessie platform. After a while it was necessary to make changes. By that time I had already updated my system to Stretch and, accordingly, switched to MariaDB. Actually, the problem: compiled software does not start with clients who have Jessie, requires libmariadbclient.so. Is there a way to compile so that it works? Naturally, in addition to the options to update customers to Stretch or to rollback myself to Jessie.


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Re: Program used mysql, compil in Debian Stretch to execute in Jessie
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2018, 10:09:23 am »
Although on Jessie MySql is probably still default, the Debian apt repository of Jessie can install MariaDb. That should solve the issue.
The other way around is also possible: Install MySql from the Stretch repositories, but I guess you may want the first option.

Simply solve the dependency either way.
« Last Edit: March 13, 2018, 10:14:08 am by Thaddy »
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