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> Suse 9.1 Professional Lamp Installation, php & mysql not working
elp
post May 6 2004, 01:46 AM
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hi all,

i've troubles to get a clean installed SUSE 9.1 pro to work as a LAMP - environement.
all packages are installed (php 4.3.4, apache 2.047, mysql 4.0.18) and all is working fine, except the php - mysql library - the php - package is installed by default with "-without mysql" and i can't get the extension mysql.so to work via php.ini because i can't find the library neither anywhere in the sources nor in the file manager.

can anyone help me out - i had a suse 9.0 pro working, and there was no problem with the mysql - support for php?

please help me!

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elp
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post May 6 2004, 05:17 AM
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Hi,

did you take a look at the GUIDE Section ?

please read these [might help, if you still have problems please do not hesitate to write here for help]

LAMP GUIDE 1
http://www.linuxhelp.ca/guides/lamp/

LAMP GUIDE 2
http://www.linuxhelp.ca/guides/lamp2/

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post May 6 2004, 06:21 AM
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hi robert,

problem solved - thanks for your help - the problem was that the sysadmin forgot to install the right libraries from YAST...

thanks
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post May 6 2004, 06:22 AM
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I don't know how to do it in SUSE 9.1 ....

In redhat, fedora, RHEL there is a package called:

php-mysql

That does what you are trying to do.

I looked in SUSE 9.0 (I don't have 9.1 yet) on my test machine and I don't see anything like that for SUSE.

You might get a faster answer HERE for this question.


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