Comments - Installing after compiling Mariadb not working.

8 years, 10 months ago Bart Houkes

The system is booting again, it seems my hard disk was full after installing Mariab (only 4GByte). Now I change to 20GByte.

Nevertheless, how to start mariadb? I could install mysql without problems with apt-get, so now want to find out how to put Mariadb 10 on top of this.

Next to this, I can link my program to the Maria-C 2.0, but that crashes immediately at start. Maybe that is not compliant with Mysql anymore...?

8 years, 3 months ago Daniel Black

To install a non x86_64/i686 version of mariadb would involve apt-get source mariadb-server and the using the dh build mechanisms of debian to build it.

With your program you are linking look at ldd programname and readelf -a programname and check it has the same version expectations as the SONAME in the mariadb client library. If its the same version a ltrace to determine which call its failing on would be good to know. The compliance is meant to be the same about-the-mariadb-client-library-for-c so please report any problems

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