I am developing some web pages for a client who is using Solaris 2.6
something. I am using Mandrake 7.2 with MySQL 3.22.21 as my DB, PHP
4.0.4PL1 as my code, and Apache 1.3 as my web server.
The technical guy on the client side kind of sounded like he didn't know
what he was doing as he kept asking me about my configurations etc. It is
my assumption that the versions of the software I am using should be able to
be installed on a Solaris box in the same way they are installed on my Linux
In particular, I am wondering if anyone knows what possible issues there are
with versions between MySQL, PHP and Apache and if these versions
differentiate so much that it would actually cause problems with the
transfer of my code and data onto their Solaris box. I mean, the code is
code and as long as their are no backwards compatibility problems with the
code on those individual packages of software then he should be able to have
just the same config on his side?
Thanks in Advance for any feedback you can provide!