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Installing MySQL on Mac OS X easily
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Installing MySQL Database on Ubuntu or CentOS is a trivial operation as long as they have nice package managers as Aptitute and YUM. Otherwise, in Mac OS X is a hard operation from downloading the correct package, apllying with several steps and it can break the whole install, if you But, with Homebrew, the install... Read More

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Homebrew: The best friend for developers on MacOS X
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When I came from Linux world to Mac OS, I’ve got frustrated in not having a package management system as there are in Ubuntu (with Apt-get) or in CentOS ( YUM ). The world was so fantastic, if I need to install MySQL Database on Ubuntu, I’d just type: $ sudo apt-get install mysql-server On Mac, the […]

Homebrew (Mac OS X) and MariaDB 10.0 series
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Today I performed a brew update. I noticed that MariaDB now exists as stable (5.5.30) and devel (10.0.2). Brew formulas also exist for MySQL (5.6.10) and Percona Server (5.5.30-30.2) now. 10.0.3 is around the corner but I wanted to run 10.0.2 now. This is how I did it:

brew unlink mariadb
brew install --devel mariadb

It’s that simple!

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Switching to PHP 5.4 on OS X
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I like using OS X's built-in packages where possible, but unfortunately Apple is way behind with their PHP package, having it locked on 5.3.15. In the past I've seen people use tools like Mamp, or Xampp to provide this for them, but frankly I'm not a big fan of these tools.

Homebrew provides a solution. Homebrew is OS X missing package manager, and it's an absolute great tool to work with. Getting started with it is a bit harder, as …

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Mac OS X users can install MariaDB via Homebrew
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The gist of it is, if you’ve installed Mac OS X and you use Homebrew, you’ll be pleased to note that you’re just a brew install away for getting a working MariaDB. Yes, that’s right, simply do: brew install mariadb and that’s it — you’ll have MariaDB (currently 5.2.6) installed in no time. For further documentation and a step-by-step guide, visit the Knowledgebase article: Building MariaDB on Mac OS X using Homebrew.

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