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Is debian 9 installation work under debian 8

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Hello,

I saw on the tutorial that the debian version is 9 but I remember that before it was 8, and because I'm still under debian 8 I would like to know if the installation of debian 9 work for debian 8

 

I mean :

apt-get install git clang cmake make gcc g++ libmariadbclient-dev libssl1.0-dev libbz2-dev libreadline-dev libncurses-dev libboost-all-dev mysql-server p7zip
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/cc cc /usr/bin/clang 100
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/c++ c++ /usr/bin/clang 100
 
because last time I do that it seems to be wrong, so if you could enlight me, thanks!

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6 hours ago, labaouici said:

Ok thanks I will check to upgrade from my current debian 8 :)

(But I don't see the reason why it's not supported anymore, do you know the reason?)

c++14. (we warned MONTHS before release and make definitively unsupported MONTHS after release)

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If you upgrade to debian 9 from 8, be aware there are some serious issues with Mysql. Your old mysql from debian 8 definitely will not work. What I suggest you do is install something like virtualbox and create a virtual machine and install debian 9 on it and install trinitycore server there. Trying to work around what is already installed on your debian system is a pain.

 

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1 hour ago, ahandyman59 said:

If you upgrade to debian 9 from 8, be aware there are some serious issues with Mysql. Your old mysql from debian 8 definitely will not work. What I suggest you do is install something like virtualbox and create a virtual machine and install debian 9 on it and install trinitycore server there. Trying to work around what is already installed on your debian system is a pain.

 

ahandyman59

I updated my server from debian 7 to 8 and from 8 to 9 without any problem.

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5 hours ago, ahandyman59 said:

If you upgrade to debian 9 from 8, be aware there are some serious issues with Mysql. Your old mysql from debian 8 definitely will not work. What I suggest you do is install something like virtualbox and create a virtual machine and install debian 9 on it and install trinitycore server there. Trying to work around what is already installed on your debian system is a pain.

 

ahandyman59

The only issue i ran into was when it updated to MariaDB i needed to add default-libmysqlclient-dev from synaptic.

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