Kanwar Ranbir Sandhu wrote:
Actually, I didn't download the SRPMs for those other packages at all. What you're saying makes sense, but it didn't even occur to me since I assumed I could use just install the rebuilt version of mysqlclient10-3.23.58-4 and have everything play together nicely.
If you do that, it should supply the required dependencies, just like the MySQL compatibility packages did.
mysqlclient10-3.23.58-4 is the compat library from Fedora.
I've compare the package. Fedora use the /usr/lib/mysql directory while Mysql usr /usr/lib. So i think packages from fedora and mysql are not compatible.
A very simple solution to test your installation is to try a connexion from a php script, as the php-4.3.10 package is build against the old library.