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kahn 02-28-2005 01:40 PM

php_nuke / mysql
 
so, after battling, mysql/php/apache 2.0 for a long week.

first i had problems compiling php 4.3 with the apache module, then it didnt like the libphp4.so

but, after all that got worked around, now when I load apache, it works. and now the mysql does not work. but it just says there is a problem with mysql. what gives? what can i check? it is a very simple setup, no password, just trying to get it to work first. i thought everything would function.

there were a couple of questions i had about the up in the config.php for phpnuke. (v7.5) what is the database prefix?

and when i run the mysql nuke nuke.sql does it grab info from the config.php file? or is the php file just for the other php files for accessing db info?

I am using fedora core 3, knl 2.6.9, apache 2.0.52, php 4.3.10, and mysql 3.23?(whatever came with fc3)

thanks for your help.

NoStop 03-01-2005 11:25 PM

Re: php_nuke / mysql
 
Quote:

Originally posted by kahn

there were a couple of questions i had about the up in the config.php for phpnuke. (v7.5) what is the database prefix?

and when i run the mysql nuke nuke.sql does it grab info from the config.php file? or is the php file just for the other php files for accessing db info?

I am using fedora core 3, knl 2.6.9, apache 2.0.52, php 4.3.10, and mysql 3.23?(whatever came with fc3)

thanks for your help.

Sorry, but I have never ever looked at phphuke, so I can't offer you much in the way of specifics. But since no one has yet answered your questions, I thought I'd offer some general ideas. :-)

Usually a command like mysql nuke < nuke.sql would be used to build the database tables (and even populate them) from the sql file. One would assume that you already have created a database within mysql called "nuke".

Again, not being familiar with the program, I might be misleading you with the following. So take it with a grain of salt, but it might set you on the course to finding out more. :-)

The prefix could refer to a way to keep the table names unique if for example you were in a situation where say your ISP only allowed you to have one default database. Then you would add a prefix, say like mytable, that would then cause all the tables within that database being installed from phpnuke to take on names with that prefix, like in: mytable-profiles, as an example.

If you can't get help here, surely there are forums devoted to phpnuke that would be more helpful.

Good luck!

Cheers

kahn 03-03-2005 12:19 PM

hey -

thanks for your help i have found some more reading material but still no luck.


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