On Mon, Dec 15, 2003 at 10:35:54AM -0800, Chris wrote: > Hello all, > > I decided to upgrade to little test server to a more recent PHP & MySQL (as well as > Apache > 2.0.48). Everything is working, but I still have a problem. I installed mysql from > the port. I > installed PHP from source, but no matter what I tried giving ./configure for the > --with-mysql > value, I got complaints. When I tried the actual mysql install dir, I got complaints > that > ./configure couldn't find a header file. When I tried the actual work subdir for the > mysql port > itself, I got an error that it couldn't find the mysqlclient library. > > As a result I'm going with PHPs builtin mysql support -- unfortunately, the built-in > version is > 3.23.xx, and I really want 4.0. > > Google got me a suggestion that I need to download something called mysql-devel for > my version of > mysql. However, I've only found this as an RPM, and I'm wondering if what I read > before was just a > Linux answer. > > Does anyone know what to do? > > Thanks, > The Bean >
Just for kicks I tried installing /usr/ports/www/mod_php4 out of the ports on a cleanly installed 5.2-CURRENT box with a ports cvsup from about 3 days ago. It immediately installed apache 1.3.29, then did this: ===> Returning to build of mod_php4-4.3.4_2,1 ===> mod_php4-4.3.4_2,1 depends on executable: bison - found ===> mod_php4-4.3.4_2,1 depends on shared library: expat.4 - found ===> mod_php4-4.3.4_2,1 depends on shared library: mysqlclient.12 - not found ===> Verifying install for mysqlclient.12 in /usr/ports/databases/mysql40-client >> mysql-4.0.16.tar.gz doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/. Isn't that the 4.x support that you're looking for? Josh Paetzel _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"