Updating fedora 5
RPM Fusion provides software that the Fedora Project or Red Hat doesn't want to ship.That software is provided as precompiled RPMs for all current Fedora versions and current Red Hat Enterprise Linux or clones versions; you can use the RPM Fusion repositories with tools like yum and Package Kit.This guide explains how to install Virtual Box 5.1 on RHEL 7/6/5, Cent OS 7/6/5 and Fedora 24-12 systems using Virtual Box’s own repository with YUM and DNF (for Fedora 23 releases) tool.This guide also explains how to install Virtual Box 5.1 on Debian 9/8/7/6, Ubuntu 16.04/15.10/15.04/14.10/14.04 and Linux Mint 18/17/16/15 systems using Virtual Box’s own repository with APT-GET command.I've answered many basic questions in the Fedora Basics FAQ.Even if you're not new to Linux, you might find one or two helpful hints in there.
You can see the complete new change log details about Virtual Box 5.1 on their Official Changelog Page.Red Hat Enterprise Linux is based on Fedora Core, so if you want to learn a little about RHEL for free, use Fedora Core.(Thanks to various IRC folks and vegan_linuxguy for troubleshooting this.wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-shared-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-client-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-server-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ we proceed further, stop existing My SQL Server.Run the following command to stop your server [Assuming your init.d start-up script in named as My SQL, you can check that in /etc/init.d directory]: Now move the data directory under /var/lib/mysql to /var/lib/mysql_55. [If you used custom path when you installed My SQL 5.5 then change below command appropriately] Running the above command returns the following packages as that are currently installed in existing database server.