For supported Yum-based platforms (see Chapter 1, Installing My SQL on Linux Using the My SQL Yum Repository, for a list), you can perform an in-place upgrade for My SQL (that is, replacing the old version and then running the new version off the old data files) with the My SQL Yum repository.
You can Refresh or Update libraries to bring them up-to-date.
Updating and Refreshing a library do different things.
To install it you need to use the same method for any downloaded Drobo App: save the *file into the Drobo Apps share on the device.
Restart the device and the file should disappear, to be replaced by a perl folder. You've now got a My SQL server that you can't access remotely and can do very little with locally.
It can also be used to play and record live TV using a tuner, a backend server and a PVR plugin; more information about this can be found on the Kodi wiki.
Note: lightdm does not pull in an X server as a required dependency, it is optional.You will NOT see this listed in Drobo Apps on the dashboard. Before we can improve the situation we need access to the NAS device. Using a shared library will allow your Open ELEC machines to keep in sync with. Choose the option to back-up the library in 1 file.Select Storage and then Downloads in the screen and click OK. Choose the option to back-up the library in 1 file.(not sure if this is an option here) Select Storage and than Downloads in the screen and click OK.When configuring Mysql, make sure that the default port is set to '3306' and that it is accessible over your network.