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Old 09-21-2002, 08:21 PM   #1
PJHAMVS
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Angry MySQL from RH7.3 RPM's: who did this?


Hello,
1. I can't get installed MySQL from RedHat's distribution set 7.3
Everytime there are dependency problems. Who knows the right sequence with these rpm's? And which rpm's?

2. I have now Apache, PHP from RH7.3 and (binary) MySQL from a tarball. MySQL works fine. But the @mysql_connect on the php command line does not work. Anyone who has exerience with this and can give precise advise?

with friendly greetings,
PJHAMVS
 
Old 09-22-2002, 06:22 AM   #2
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Unhappy PHP-Nuke does not work for newly compiled php4.2.3

Hello,
well, I do not know if this is the place where newbies get all the answers...
I compiled php4.2.3 with the --mysql option. It worked. Remarkable that RH7.3 does not take care of that automatically.

Next question:
I made a database for php-nuke. I could get into this database via apache server. But when I tried to login in php-nuke, I got that page, submit for the administrator refused to do anything. Anyone with experience: php4.2.3 does not work with php-nuke?
with friendly greetings,
PJHAMVS
 
Old 09-22-2002, 06:53 AM   #3
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when you have dependencies you get a list of those which failed, i often use rpmfind.net to find which rpms contain the missing files, IF a file name was given rather tan a package name. just install all of these at one time from a terminal prompt, like

rpm -Uvh a.rpm b.rpm
 
  


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