IW: AbriaSoft Announces Its First MySQL Database Software Distribution For The Open Source Market
Jun 29, 2000, 19:50 (0 Talkback[s])
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"AbriaSoft, a provider of database solutions, announced today
the launch of its new distribution, Abria MySQL Lite. AbriaSoft is
an Open Source company founded to provide packaged MySQL support
and software with development and administrative tools to the
public. MySQL is an Open Source database, originally developed by
T.c.X Consulting in Sweden."
"Abria MySQL Lite significantly reduces the cumbersome
process of installing and configuring MySQL and Apache into a quick
installation of less than ten minutes. Abria MySQL Lite offers an
integrated, turnkey install of RedHat Package Modules (RPMs) for
MySQL 3.22, Apache Web Server, PHP3 and Perl. PhpMyAdmin, a
tool for web-based MySQL administration, is also included.
AbriaSoft's distribution runs on the RedHat Linux 6.x platform.
Versions for other Linux distributions will be released later in
the year. Abria MySQL eases the installation of all these
components on a RedHat Linux server, and makes sure that all
dependencies and files install correctly. Older versions of MySQL
are automatically upgraded to newer versions."