dmphotography wrote:It looks like you need to do one of two things:
Either re-install the older version of XAMPP you were using when you created the backup, because it's saying now you're trying to use a newer version and it's not compatible. So start with an older version first, then upgrade once you get it restored.
Or, go back to the server (if you haven't deleted it) and upgrade it, then create a new backup, which then should be compatible with the one you're using now. If you're trying to transfer your databases from one server to another, you should look into how to Export your databases, that way they can be transferred to any MySQL database server without any issues.
I don't have a tutorial on how to do that, but I'll consider writing one in the near future. You should be able to find something on it on Youtube or Google though.
dmphotography wrote:Ok, I've finished the tutorial and this should help you as long as you still can access the old MySQL database.
http://www.myownserver.info/home/step-4 ... admin.html
I used Windows, but it should be the exact same process in Linux as well.
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