My guess would be the host for mysql is not set correctly.  Try removing the
http:// stuff from you host variable.

Kevin Leavell
P 406.829.8989
C 406.240.4595

---> -----Original Message-----
---> From: Mark Collin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
---> Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2001 3:13 PM
---> Subject: [PHP-DB] Common causes of the following error ??
---> Warning: MySQL Connection Failed: Can't create TCP/IP socket (10091)
---> i keep getting this error with some of my pages and cannot
---> work out why, can anyone give me a list of common causes of
---> this error so i can try and work out whats going worng ???

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