installing mod_php5 with mysql support and other stuff

Edwin Culp eculp at
Mon Jul 19 17:20:35 PDT 2004

Quoting Alex Dupre <ale at>:

> nico wrote:
>> Sorry to mail you about that but I'm quite on nerves
>> I made a portupgrade -a as usual and I saw that "no mysql support in 
>> php" O_o
> You should read ports/UPDATING.

Interesting.  My ports/UPDATING from a cvsup this morning doesn't
seem to say anything about the extentions.  The last post was on
   AFFECTS: users of net/openldap2[12]{,-sasl}-client

and the only mention of php4 or php5 seems to be:

   AFFECTS: users of php4 and php5 with the PDFlib extension
   AUTHOR: ale at

Just for what it's worth.


>> I checked on freshport and saw on php5 page that there's a 
>> php5-mysql port, I installed it, still isn't working. Am I supposed 
>> to re-install mod_php5 ?
> No, you should simply check that php.ini contains the correct
> configuration to load shared extensions, in particular comment out the
> extension_dir or set it to the correct location.
> --
> Alex Dupre
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