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Your MySQL version is correct, the way the checker script works is by running a shell command from the PHP file, if you’re host doesn’t allow this it would tell you have the wrong version. There’s really no other way to check the MySQL version that I’m aware of.
Thanks for answering. I started installation and got the message: “Error in file: “/www/htdocs/w007da2e/magento/app/code/core/Mage/Catalog/sql/catalog_setup/mysql4-upgrade-0.7.31-0.7.32.php” - Wrong entity ID”
As I could see from other threads this issue is well known but I could not find out what the solution is. I also populated the mysql database with sample data. Is there a way to omit the error message?