> >> I don't know where the error lays, in php, mysql or red hat 8.
> >> But, I can't get my databased php-apps to work.
> >> I am trying to run:
> >> apache_1.3.27
> >> php-4.2.3
> >> mysql-3.23.53
> >> redhat 8.0
> >> What happens is that apache and php work nicely, but my apps cannot
> > connect
> >> to mysql. In IRM I get can not connect to database, and in phpgroupware
> >> get the the thing up and running, but can't add anything to the tables.
> >> E.g. I can't add a to-do even if the routine runs normally, nothing is
> > added
> >> in the db table.
> >> I saw a suggestion on a mysql mail list suggesting symlinking
> > to
> >> /tmp but that does no difference.
> > Can you connect to MySQL from the command line? With what user?
> mysql -u ADMIN -pADMINPW irm
> mysql -u ADMIN -pADMINPW phpgroupware
> both work (command line access). Setting the user in IRM as ADMIN and the
> password to ADMINPW I get "Cannot connect to database".
> I once desperately thought I had forgotten to configure php --with-mysql
> I recompiled. No improvement.
What is IRM? What's the line with mysql_connect() look like? Make sure there
is no @ in the line, as in @mysql_connect, which will suppress any normal
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