Check, if the libMySQL.dll is in a directory, where it can be loaded.
For example, add the c:\php5\dlls directory to your path variable.
This is because, php_mysql.dll loads the libMySQL.dll.
"Adam Lundrigan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Apache 2.0.46 (Win32) PHP/5.0.0b2-dev w/ MySQL 4.1.0
> I have a question about the mySQL extension in the aforementioned version
> Whenever I try to load the extension thru adding it to PHP.INI like so I
> an error
> extension_dir = "C:\Servers\PHP\extensions"
> extension = php_gd2.dll
> extension = php_mysql.dll
> The error says that "C:\Servers\PHP\extensions\php_mysql.dll" could not be
> loaded. However, it doesn't give the same error for php_gd2.dll, it loads
> When I change the extension_dir to the wrong directory, it gives me errors
> for both DLLs. When the directory is right, I still get the error for the
> mysql extension
> Any Ideas?
> Adam Lundrigan
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