MySQL 5.0.54 respin (to 5.0.54a)

February 8, 2008 by · 56 Comments 

Just a quick note, I did a respin of MySQL 5.0.54 with a patch for bug #33814. This wasn't really necessary since my binaries use OpenSSL rather than yaSSL (and the vulnerability is with the bundled yaSSL) but I know that quite a few people download my source RPMs and rebuild them, so I updated it just in case.

Since the source package used is still 5.0.54 and I am manually patching during the build process I have kept the version number at "5.0.54" and just incremented the release to "jason.2". Rest assured though, it is equivalent to 5.0.54a.

MySQL 5.0.54a Release Notes

Update (9/24/2009): Packages deleted, use the yum repository instead.

Comments

56 Responses to “MySQL 5.0.54 respin (to 5.0.54a)”
  1. Christof says:

    I am using remi rpms now: http://blog.famillecollet.com/

    Very up to date and supports a lot of Fedora and RHEL/CentOS releases.

  2. John says:

    For anyone wondering what repo to use now that this one is dead - Atomic Rocket Turtle is great (I use CentOS 5). I just updated from Jason's PHP 5.2.6 to the latest 5.2.9 on ART.

    http://www.atomicorp.com/channels/

  3. David says:

    ...and now so have I :) Atomic Rocket Turtle upgraded from utterramblings repo' seamlessly.

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  5. johnkattins says:

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