glenn at bnetmd.net
Tue Jun 14 14:49:23 UTC 2011
----- Original Message -----
From: "Damien Fleuriot" <ml at my.gd>
To: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 10:35 AM
Subject: Re: mysql_connect error
> On 6/14/11 2:46 PM, Glenn McCalley wrote:
>> Seen other people have this problem but cannot get their resolutions to
>> work for me.
>> "Fatal error: Call to oundefined function mysql_connect() in etc., etc."
>> This began happening after an upgrade to php5 using the portmaster
>> phpinfo page does -not- show the mysql_connect function anywhere.
>> phpinfo page is at www9.bnetmd.net/index.php if you have the desire to
>> Suggestions from lists/boards seem to all point to mysql.so not being in
>> the php library, yet a "find" shows it is in there.
>> pkg_info shows "php5-mysql-5.3.5 The mysql shared extension for php"
>> extensions.ini shows "extension=mysql.so"
>> Is there anywhere/anything else to look/do?
> If I were you, I would reinstall the php5 mysql extension like so:
> cd /usr/ports/lang/php5-extensions
> make config
> # make sure you tick the MYSQL option
> make clean
> make deinstall && make reinstall
> Then, restart your web server or PHP FCGI process, as applicable.
> You should be cool.
Did so, mysql definitely checked, no help. I did see that gd was not
checked so checked that, did the make process and that cured another problem
so I'd say the reinstall did in fact take.
The error happens when being run from the command line. Does that make a
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