Hey there. I am trying to setup a coppermine gallery on a server and I can't seem to get the configuration right. My error:
PHP does not have MySQL support enabled.
I am using red hat fedora core 9. I read something saying I need to enable enable MySQL API support by
compiling PHP yourself, specify --with-mysql option to configure script. After proper compiling and installation, MySQL support should be enabled.
Does this mean configure the /etc/php.ini?
I cant seem to have the mysql header show up when I use a simple php info script.
Any help, enabling mysql with php.
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Posted on 08-05-09 02:06
I infer you have mysql server installed yeah. Try checking your php.ini file, normally at the bottom you will have referenced all the extensions available for php, one of which should of course point to mysql library. Also normally you will have in your php.ini file specifications regarding to mysql functions, like default database to connect to, so check if those are present...
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