[TriLUG] Apache2 / PHP / MySQL Help?
sgblanch at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 19:23:21 EDT 2008
To ask a stupid question, have you tried restarting apache after
installing php4-mysql? I just ran a quick check on my test box using
php5. The loading of the mysql.so module required a complete restart
of apache, not just a force-reload.
Oddly enough, the gd.so module only required a force-reload to be
recognized by my installation.
Apologies if this was the first thing you tried
On 26 Mar 2008, at 16:52, Tim Jowers wrote:
> Is mysqld running? Maybe the module does not load otherwise.
> Can you ldd on the mysql.so and ensure any dependent .so libs are
> Is PHP loaded as a module or that old thing which was a cgi-bin or
> something like that?
> Sounds like you have to break down the problem and remove or try
> one thing
> at a time and verify it works as expected until you find the one which
> Just some wild guesses.
> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 3:53 PM, Justis Peters <jtrilug at indythinker.com
>> Brian McCullough wrote:
>>> Unless there is a Debian guru who wants to chime in, I don't think I
>> want to expend the effort of trying to figure out
>>> why PHP refuses to talk to MySQL.
>> P.S. This is the point at which you either need to pitch the
>> to a more narrowly focused email list or purchase some commercial
>> support. At some point, you need to be able to call a vendor you can
>> count on and spend one of those "support incidents" in order to get
>> fixed right. Again, best of luck to you.
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