If you want to install Maria DB with to install from Maria DB Foundation's Maria DB Repository by using the Maria DB Repository Configuration Tool.The Maria DB Foundation provides a Maria DB repository for several Linux distributions that use to manage packages.
However, the package name for the client library has not been changed.
To Install the clients and client libraries, execute the following command: $ yum list --showduplicates Maria DB-server Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: centos.net * extras: centos.net * updates: centos.net Available Packages Maria DB-server.x86_64 10.3.10-1.el7.centos mariadb Maria DB-server.x86_64 10.3.11-1.el7.centos mariadb Maria DB-server.x86_64 10.3.12-1.el7.centos mariadb mariadb-server.x86_64 1:5.5.60-1.el7_5 base repository also contains Maria DB 5.5.60.
However, when installing an older version of a package, if has to install dependencies, then it will automatically choose to install the latest versions of those packages.
To ensure that all Maria DB packages are on the same version in this scenario, it is necessary to specify them all.
To use the script, execute the following command: Note that this script also configures a repository for Maria DB Max Scale and a repository for Maria DB Tools, which currently only contains Percona Xtra Backup and its dependencies.
See Maria DB Package Repository Setup and Usage for more information.
If you configured After that, the repository should refer to Maria DB 10.3.
Before Maria DB can be installed, you also have to import the GPG public key that is used to verify the digital signatures of the packages in our repositories.
If this installation is a legacy installation, not a UEFI installation, your installed GRUB version may be out of date.
Apparently, UEFI installations upgrade the installed GRUB version to the UEFI filesystem every time a GRUB update happens, but with legacy installations, this does not occur.
When I try to update the vmware tools, I get errors (see attachments).