> It means that either your mysql conenction details are not correctly set or
> the connection resource isn't accessible for your mysql functions. I suggest
> you first try by replacing:
> $link = mysql_pconnect('localhost', 'root', 'testing');
> into:
> mysql_pconnect('localhost', 'root', 'testing');

Why? How is that going to help fix the problem?

Personally I'd say to *not* use persistent connections as it will cause
you problems later.

Use a normal connection:

$link = mysql_connect($server, $user, $pass);

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