> On Wednesday 06 March 2002 15:53, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> I'm new to MySql, when I try to connect my PHP-script with
>> mysql_connect($host, $user, $pass)
>> my script returns the error
>> "Fatal error: Call to undefined function: mysql_connect()"
>> I have given the user all rights in MySQL, both on host, DB, tables,
>> and fields
>> This might be easy for you, but I'm stuck..any help / comments are
> It means you do not have mysql support in PHP. If you compiled PHP
> yourself, recompile it to include mysql support. If you installed it
> via RPM then look for the appropriate RPMs from distro vendor.
A great way to check this is to create a simple script called phpinfo.php
with just this line in it, place it in your top level web directory:
<? phpinfo(); ?>
Point your browser to http://localhost/phpinfo.php (assuming the computer
you are using is your web server) You should see the ./configure command
used to compile PHP, look for --with-mysql.
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