How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL on Linux

Post by Chairn » Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:51 pm

American date format :(

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL on Linux

Post by Ryozuki » Wed Jun 15, 2016 6:55 pm

Chairn wrote:American date format :(
Fixed, Soreu putted it :D
stompie wrote:Linux >.<
Yep, Linux distros are way better for servers, especially because the shell :D
And usually if u want a server with MySQL you have a VPS and they usually come with ubuntu/debian.

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by Ryozuki » Tue May 16, 2017 8:35 pm

Updated tutorial, older version is no longer useful (some major changes to the mysql config)

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL on Linux

Post by Konsti » Tue May 30, 2017 10:11 am

stompie wrote:Linux >.<
Nothing is better than Linux wtf
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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL on Linux

Post by stompie » Tue May 30, 2017 5:35 pm

Konsti wrote:
stompie wrote:Linux >.<
Nothing is better than Linux wtf
for servers id agree but for most of everything else ill go windows anyday :D
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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by milk » Wed May 31, 2017 8:45 pm

May I join this impending battle Linux vs Windows? :)
Debian forever!

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by Ryozuki » Wed May 31, 2017 9:10 pm

milk wrote:May I join this impending battle Linux vs Windows? :)
Debian forever!
Let the battle begin! :lol:

http://www.whylinuxisbetter.net/

Windows

You are forced into microsoft's designs. Don't like the new start menu? Too bad.
Software is generally closed source, you can't find out what's going on under the hood.
A bad track record of security flaws. There are viruses / malware in linux, but they are much harder to create because linux is inherently more secure.
Bloat. A windows install takes up a lot more space, because everything and the kitchen sink is included.
Because of the bloat, performance can be affected.
Software is installed using installers, and they can pretty much do whatever they want as long as they don't mess with system files. Did it install in C:\ instead of program files? Did it throw tons of dll files in the windows system directory? Will it all be removed properly when I uninstall?

Linux

Very customizable, much more choice in your interface and base software.
Open source software. Not only free, but you can see the code to make sure it's not doing anything malicious, or full of security holes.
Much more secure design
Can be as minimal or as bloated as you like.
Better performance with less wasted resources.
Software is installed via package managers, everything is held to certain standards. Upgrades and removals are a snap. Applications and libraries have specific locations. The package manager tracks everything and removes it all on uninstall.

https://www.reddit.com/r/linuxmasterrac ... why_linux/

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by Index » Thu Jun 01, 2017 2:56 pm

Oh wow, can't really fight a battle here but suddenly an interesting topic for sure :o
Also whyislinuxbetter is under mainteance, you broke the site Ryozuki!! <3

I totally agree with these arguments, Linux seems to be superior in sooo many different aspects.
But unfortuantely it's just impossible to switch for me, when important daily-used software is not working on linux-based systems. There are surely (even open-source) alternatives for most programs, but it's still a big drawback. Especially Adobe programs are not really exchangeable with similar functionality and user interface once you get used to it. So, I would have to relinquish many programs or learn new programs, that in the end might not have the same possibilites as the older ones. It's sad, that most big companies don't really care about Linux or whatever the reason is..

So yea, I really like the idea of actually switching to Linux and have been actually thinking about that for quite some time now.
But it rather seems to be an option for scientific / programmer related "buisness-pc's", rather than actual home pc's, right? :o

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by Ryozuki » Thu Jun 01, 2017 3:13 pm

Index wrote:Oh wow, can't really fight a battle here but suddenly an interesting topic for sure :o
Also whyislinuxbetter is under mainteance, you broke the site Ryozuki!! <3

I totally agree with these arguments, Linux seems to be superior in sooo many different aspects.
But unfortuantely it's just impossible to switch for me, when important daily-used software is not working on linux-based systems. There are surely (even open-source) alternatives for most programs, but it's still a big drawback. Especially Adobe programs are not really exchangeable with similar functionality and user interface once you get used to it. So, I would have to relinquish many programs or learn new programs, that in the end might not have the same possibilites as the older ones. It's sad, that most big companies don't really care about Linux or whatever the reason is..

So yea, I really like the idea of actually switching to Linux and have been actually thinking about that for quite some time now.
But it rather seems to be an option for scientific / programmer related "buisness-pc's", rather than actual home pc's, right? :o
Big companies don't care because windows marketing is and was so strong that reached a point where end users thought windows was the only operating system that exist, or better, that a pc is windows. So windows have most users thats why it's the main target for companies. Sad..

Want a good looking OS? Check this linux distro https://elementary.io (it's free if you put 0 as money)

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Re: How to compile server and set it up with MySQL (Mariadb) on Linux

Post by Chairn » Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:29 pm

Linux is for people who like digging into things to make them work. 90% of people just want something that works by itself.

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