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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by Nestor View Post
    As users gravitate away from MySQL, they will gravitate away from vBulletin too, don't ya think?

    As for the comments about using MySQL for cloud computing, companies like Oracle will jump over hoops to try and sell their "enterprise" solution over any freeware, open source that's out there. It was very wise of them to have acquired MySQL. I'm sure their aim isn't to develop it further but constrain it so as not to compete with their big bloatware.
    No, lets wait for official announcements first

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  • Nestor
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    As users gravitate away from MySQL, they will gravitate away from vBulletin too, don't ya think?

    As for the comments about using MySQL for cloud computing, companies like Oracle will jump over hoops to try and sell their "enterprise" solution over any freeware, open source that's out there. It was very wise of them to have acquired MySQL. I'm sure their aim isn't to develop it further but constrain it so as not to compete with their big bloatware.


    Originally posted by poolking View Post
    That shouldn't affect vbulletin, vbulletin isn't open source.

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by Nestor View Post
    This is something that vBulleting should begin considering being that Oracle has aquired MySQL and is now trying to merger with Sun.

    The "open source" nature of MySQL is in question now and many are begining to seek alternatives. I guess it's early enough that MySQL users can seek and or implement contingency plans if need be.

    http://infoworld.com/d/applications/...tion-mysql-215
    That shouldn't affect vbulletin, vbulletin isn't open source.

    Also it hasn't been confirmed whether the merger will be ok'ed and if it is, we don't even know what Oracle's plans would be for MySQL.

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  • Nestor
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    This is something that vBulleting should begin considering being that Oracle has aquired MySQL and is now trying to merger with Sun.

    The "open source" nature of MySQL is in question now and many are begining to seek alternatives. I guess it's early enough that MySQL users can seek and or implement contingency plans if need be.

    http://infoworld.com/d/applications/...tion-mysql-215

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by l SKN l CHRIS View Post
    You should try hiring a SYSTEMS ADMIN to do the work for you.
    This isn't actually his server, if you read the first post.

    Also if your faculty will not install MySQL, you shouldn't even attempt to install MySQL yourself unless you've asked permission to do so.

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  • l SKN l CHRIS
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    You should try hiring a SYSTEMS ADMIN to do the work for you.

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  • MetalGear
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    no i think it will be better to install MySQL
    byt i dont know how
    can someone tell me
    thanks
    or how to from postgresql server to make MySQL without deleting all databases
    on the server
    i will buy licence in same moment whenb i fix the problem
    thanks
    Last edited by MetalGear; Mon 18 Feb '08, 11:10am.

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  • Steve Machol
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    This is not available. Sorry we did not make that clear. You can, of course, hire a programmer to rewrite vB if you want. I suspect it will be quite expensive.

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  • MetalGear
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    byt i like vb
    can some make some script who will be between vb and postgresql
    or when can i find how to install MySQL over telnet client (putty)
    the server is Ubuntu Server 7.10
    i have sudo privilegion
    thanks

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  • l SKN l CHRIS
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    Nope. Someone did it here before put its TONS of work. Use phpBB or something.

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  • MetalGear
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    the server its on my faculty
    and the dont wanna to install MYSQL
    so is some version of vb or is there some modification with who i can install vb on postgresql server

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  • poolking
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    Originally posted by MetalGear View Post
    im unable to have MySQL on server
    is any version of vbulletin who have suport to postgresql server
    i will buy it
    and also i need macedonian translate for 3.6.8 where i can buy it
    thanks
    Why can't you have mysql on your server? You can only use mysql with it.

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  • Steve Machol
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    No sorry. vB requires MySQL. There is no postgresql version available.

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  • MetalGear
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    postgresql

    im unable to have MySQL on server
    is any version of vbulletin who have suport to postgresql server
    i will buy it
    and also i need macedonian translate for 3.6.8 where i can buy it
    thanks
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