My company just joined iWeb via a dedicated server (we are glad and very happy of it Very Happy ) not too long ago. I am in charge of the server configuration and maintenance, and have some questions. The server is Fedora Core 6, on a dedicated machine.
I come from a Debian world, and it is my first time managing a Fedora server. I find 'yum' to be very good, and similar to 'apt', so not many problems there. I have read the man pages for it, and seems to be straight forward transition.
Now, on to my problem:
We have a website that requires the 'mod_auth_mysql' module, but have not been able to install it. Since I am used to 'apt' style of installing things, where dependencies are taken care of, I already have setup:
"do_download_deps = yes".
But when I run:
It fails to stop the service. Any ideas how to reload the configuration file for yum?
In have tried running:
yum install mod_auth_mysql
it gives me 2 errors telling me that dependencies are missing.
As you can see, I'm still a newbie to Fedora set-ups.
Any help would be much appreciated it.
Thanks in advance.