Muhammad Omer Iqbal wrote: > I have gone through the mysql and php docs and there are some possible > solutions listed, none of those worked. Of course, I tried looking for a > solution first before sending it here, this is like one of the last resort > places, don't want to bug people with something trivial or easily fixable. > > I can post the problem here, but again, I was not too sure if this is the > right place to post the questions. Anyhow, here it is. > > PHP5 documentation says that mysql and mysqli libraries are no longer > shipped with PHP and refers to MySQL page and documentation on how to > install PHP support for MySQL. The precise solution is here: > http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/php-mysql-mysqli.html > > I first tried to enable only mysql, and then both mysql and mysqli. I get > the same error in both cases on my web-server (MySQL is installed on the > same server too): > > Fatal error: Class 'mysqli' not found in > /usr/local/www/apache22/data/test.php on line 7 > > Looking through phpinfo, I do not find mysql or mysqli installed, even > though I have enabled, remade and reinstalled both MySQL and PHP5. In fact, > I think that my PHP5 is no longer remade, it just reconfigures it and > reinstalls it because the build date shows as Aug 22 even though I did it > today and my server date shows as Aug 27. I installed both of these using > the ports collection, but then I had to manually download MySQL because of > versioning issues, and untar and install it using the command line.
Please don't top post! What version issue are you referring to? I am assuming that you installed both MySQL and PHP5 from an updated ports collection. Did you run: 'make config' in the PHP5 directory before building the port? -- Gerard Seibert [EMAIL PROTECTED] 'Marijauna' was the Mexican name given to cannabis.
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