New betas of XAMPP for Linux and Windows

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New betas of XAMPP for Linux and Windows

Postby Oswald » 08. May 2007 16:24

And again we're on our mission to keep XAMPP up-to-date and put the first beta version of the upcoming XAMPP release in our public beta download area.

In this beta we updated both PHP versions (to 4.4.7 and 5.2.2) and phpMyAdmin (to 2.10.1). In the Windows beta we also fixed the security vulnerability published April 28th.

Get the downloads at XAMPP BETA.

XAMPP beta versions are always for testing purposes only. There will be no upgrade packages from and to beta versions. To all testers: Many thanks in advance!!

Update, May, 10th 2007: The Linux beta now also contains the newly released MySQL 5.0.41. Windows beta follows asap.
Update, May, 15th 2007: Windows beta with MySQL 5.0.41 online.
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New betas of XAMPP for Linux and Windows

Postby tokyobaka » 10. May 2007 05:25

Hello Oswald !
I was just wondering if it was possible to have MySQL 5.0.41 instead of 5.0.37 as it is now available for download. Thank you very much for your work and for your efforts to keep XAMPP up-to-date.
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Postby Oswald » 10. May 2007 11:04

Dear tokyobaka!

Of course... I just started the compiler. ;)

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Postby antikiler » 11. May 2007 12:43

XAMPP have an old version of SQLite (2.8.15). New SQLite version - 3.3.17 http://sqlite.org/
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Postby Oswald » 11. May 2007 13:33

Dear Antikiler!

Thanks for your hint, but XAMPP already includes SQLite 2 and SQLite 3. SQLite 2 is used in case of the usual SQLite extension, and SQLite 3 is used in case of the PDO/SQLite extension.

On Linux both extensions are enabled by defalut, on Windows you need to enable php_pdo_sqlite.dll manually in your php.ini file. (XAMPP for Windows has most extensions disabled by default because they may cause problems on Windows 98.)

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