Quote Originally Posted by newbie14 View Post
Dear Klos,
Ok I am trying to use your method in centos 5.5 the problem it ask me to upgrade my php to php 5.2. So when I do yum there is not upgrade it remains to 5.1.3? So then I followed some website and upgrade it then I got problem with php_mysql client not being compatible? So what is the correct procedure to do it? Thank you.
An option would be to take a slightly older version of phpmyadmin that doesn't need php 5.2. phpMyAdmin 2.11.11 should do the job.

Another option would be to upgrade php 5.1.3 to php 5.2 or later. There is a external repository that builds recent php versions and provides them through their own repository. Here's the link: Repos | IUS Community Project