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From dan <>
Subject [users@httpd] Anyone use mod_sql_mysql still?
Date Mon, 21 Feb 2005 20:58:30 GMT
Hello, all -

I was digging around on the 'net to look for some better solutions to 
combat password trading.  Since I'm pretty good with MySQL and PHP, I 
thought that using mod_sql_mysql would be a very cool tool to use to 
control user access.

However, the last time that I remember using mod_sql_mysql, was probably 
over a year ago - and I stopped using it because I could no longer find 
any sort of "real" support for it.

With that being said, does anyone here use mod_sql_mysql anymore?  If 
so, how is it working out?  I haven't been able to find an actual 
website for this module, even after a long googleization - are there 
updates for this module anymore?

THanks for your time

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