You can get the Enterprise version if you want, but it's not needed. When you go to get My SQL, you want the community version.Compatibility Although the plugin has only been confirmed for Movable Type 6.0.3, it should work with Movable Type 5.2 or higher as long as the system folder contains…Add some flava to your blog with the Giphy Moveable Type plugin!!Or maybe you've run into a problem that you can't seem to overcome.One of the issues that I run into fairly regularly is for people who use the MTComment Fields tag.I guess you might like to call this a WIMP (Windows, IIS, My SQL, Perl) installation, which fits in nicely with the old Windows, Icon, Mice, Pointers joke from years back. Generally this will be called something easy to remember, like mt, and can be found inside your wwwroot directory, along with your other website files. From the link above, download the My SQL Community Server.
The Import Type Pad module should be able to handle the Movable Type export format.
However, it is not on my most recent comments section on my home page. Also, I fixed a usability annoyance: the Comment Previewing page now remembers your name and such.
By now, there's a reasonable chance that if you've wanted to upgrade to the latest release of Movable Type, you've done so. Perhaps you're hoping that your favorite plugin will be updated (there are still a few that haven't been released for MT4).
I always wait a while to upgrade Movable Type (the software I use to publish this site).
The wisdom of this approach was borne out when a security fix had to be re-issued because the first fix didn't. Now that I've heard things about security, I am allowing HTML in comments: only the basic formatting ones and links.
You will likely need to install two before Movable Type will work. Click Start, then Run, then enter CMD and press ENTER.