The MariaDB project tries to support as many different Operating Systems, Linux Distributions, and processor architectures as possible. However, when a distribution or OS stops receiving security and other updates it becomes difficult for the MariaDB project to freely provide packages for that platform. In such cases, our policy is to deprecate that platform and stop providing binary packages for it.

Current package platforms

The MariaDB project builds packages for the following:

PlatformPlanned Deprecation Date
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise"Apr 2017
Mint 13 LTS "Maya"Apr 2017
Ubuntu 16.10 "Yakkety"Jul 2017
Debian 7 "Wheezy"May 2018
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS "Trusty"Apr 2019
Mint 17.1 LTS "Rebecca"Apr 2019
Mint 17 LTS "Qiana"Apr 2019
Debian 8 "Jessie"May 2020
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6Nov 2020
CentOS 6Nov 2020
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS "Xenial"Apr 2021
Debian 9 "Stretch"
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7Jun 2024
CentOS 7Jun 2024
Windows Vista/Windows Sever 2008 and later
Fedora 24approximately 1 month after release of Fedora 26
Fedora 25approximately 1 month after release of Fedora 27
openSUSE 42.2approximately 6 months after release of 42.3

Deprecated package platforms

The MariaDB project no longer builds packages for the following Operating Systems and Linux Distributions:

PlatformDeprecation DateFinal MariaDB Version(s)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5Mar 2017MariaDB 10.1.22, MariaDB 10.0.30
CentOS 5Mar 2017MariaDB 10.1.22, MariaDB 10.0.30
Fedora 23Feb 2017MariaDB 10.2.4, MariaDB 10.1.22, MariaDB 10.0.30
OpenSUSE 13Jan 2017MariaDB 10.2.4, MariaDB 10.1.22, MariaDB 10.0.30
Fedora 22Aug 2016MariaDB 10.1.17, MariaDB 10.0.27
Ubuntu 15.10 "Wily"Jul 2016MariaDB 10.1.16, MariaDB 10.0.26
Windows 2003 ServerApr 2016MariaDB 10.1.13, MariaDB 10.0.24, MariaDB 5.5.48
Windows XPApr 2016MariaDB 10.1.13, MariaDB 10.0.24, MariaDB 5.5.48
Debian 6 "Squeeze"Feb 2016MariaDB 10.0.24, MariaDB 5.5.48
Ubuntu 15.04 "Vivid"Jan 2016MariaDB 10.1.11, MariaDB 10.0.24
Fedora 21Dec 2015MariaDB 10.1.10, MariaDB 10.0.23
Fedora 20Oct 2015MariaDB 10.0.22, MariaDB 5.5.46
Ubuntu 14.10 "Utopic"Jul 2015MariaDB 10.0.22, MariaDB 5.5.46
Ubuntu 10.04 LTS "Lucid"Apr 2015MariaDB 10.0.18, MariaDB 5.5.43
Mint 9 LTS "Isadora"Apr 2015MariaDB 10.0.18, MariaDB 5.5.43
Fedora 19Apr 2015MariaDB 10.0.18, MariaDB 5.5.43
FreeBSD 9.2Sep 2014
Ubuntu 13.10 "Saucy"Jul 2014MariaDB 10.0.14, MariaDB 5.5.40
Mint 16 "Petra"Jul 2014MariaDB 10.0.14, MariaDB 5.5.40
Ubuntu 12.10 "Quantal"Apr 2014MariaDB 10.0.11, MariaDB 5.5.37
Mint 14 "Nadia"Apr 2014MariaDB 10.0.11, MariaDB 5.5.37
Ubuntu 13.04 "Raring"Jan 2014MariaDB 10.0.8, MariaDB 5.5.35
Mint 15 "Olivia"Jan 2014MariaDB 10.0.8, MariaDB 5.5.35
Fedora 18Dec 2013MariaDB 10.0.8, MariaDB 5.5.35
Fedora 17Aug 2013MariaDB 10.0.5, MariaDB 5.5.34
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS "Hardy"Apr 2013MariaDB 10.0.2, MariaDB 5.5.31
Ubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric"Apr 2013MariaDB 10.0.2, MariaDB 5.5.31
Mint 12 "Lisa"Apr 2013MariaDB 10.0.2, MariaDB 5.5.31
Fedora 16Feb 2013MariaDB 10.0.1, MariaDB 5.5.29
Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick"Jan 2013MariaDB 10.0.1, MariaDB 5.5.29
Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty"Jan 2013MariaDB 10.0.1, MariaDB 5.5.29
Debian 5 "Lenny"Jan 2013MariaDB 10.0.1, MariaDB 5.5.29
Debian 4 "Etch"
Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic"
Ubuntu 9.04 "Jaunty"
Ubuntu 8.10 "Intrepid"

Support for deprecated platforms

If your chosen Linux Distribution or Operating System is deprecated, packages or support are not completely unavailable. The MariaDB Corporation provides support for all versions of MariaDB back to even very old MySQL versions. This includes packaged binaries.

See also

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