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From "Rob Sterenborg" <...@sterenborg.info>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2.3 and MySQL 5.0.24a
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 05:17:01 GMT
ganesh ganesh <mailto:ganeshapache@gmail.com> wrote:
> Also check with the following perl module presence:
> 
> DBD::mysql, Bundle::DBD::mysql, Bundle::DBI, DBI, DBI::DBD


It worked before without all those Perl modules. Can you explain why I
need Perl modules to get Apache, APR-DBD and MySQL working now I'm using
MySQL 5.0.24a instead of 4.1.11?

The problem is not that MySQL is not working: MySQL works just fine.
Also, PHP works without any problems with MySQL.
What *doesn't* work (for me) is Apache & APR-DBD & MySQL. AFAICS I don't
need any Perl modules for that.

What Ben describes in his email is almost the same as what I did last
and this time. He said he got it working after a new build (not saying
if he did something different so I guess he didn't), but here I can't
get it to work by just rebuilding everything (again).


Gr,
Rob


> On 9/8/06, ganesh ganesh <ganeshapache@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 	Hi,
> 
> 	    Some of this may sound basic.. but check and post
> back if the problem still persists...
> 
> 	1. Does the mysql.sock present.... as you have
> porivided in my.cnf?
> 	2. Do you have the following Perl Modules:  DBD::MaxDB &
Apache::DBI
> 	3. Do you have configured your php with the
> --with-mysql if you use mysql and --with-pgsql if you have pgsql
> ect.... 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On 9/7/06, Ben <ben@redsnapper.net> wrote:
> 
> I include a step-by-step install of A223/Mysql 5024 with DBD in the
> articles called:
> 
> "A NetHack-esque Journey of the dark arts for DBD(mysql) under
> httpd-2.2.3" - posted 20 August on this maillist - it may be
> relevant or interesting to you.


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