paul at ifdnrg.com
Thu Jan 13 22:45:57 UTC 2011
On 13/01/2011 22:36, Gary Kline wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 09:42:40PM +0000, Paul Macdonald wrote:
>>>> did you follow the procedure in ports/UPDATING about autotools?
>>> I followed the suggestion from Mike Powell and that resolved the
>>> problem with autoconf-2.68. I'm trying the others now. See if
>>> it has any affect on mail/php5-imap.
>> you probably won't need imap support in php, so you could just
>> deselect this in make config.
> Here is what message is posted to the top of
> www.thought.org/blog/ where I cp'd -rp the whole of wordpress
> Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension
> which is required by WordPress.o
> wHen i looked at the directory with firefox3
> file:///usr/local/www/wordpress, there was a similar complain.
> I did not believe it--because I *do* have mysql installed.
> Moreover, I set up a "wordpress" database and wordpress_user,
> and all the rest of it.
> So far I am heading into the third day of this: trying to get
> the wordpress port working on my site. (It strikes me as more
> than a bit ironic that one of the things in the wp description
> is that it looks SO simple. Not my experience!)
> Question:: which MySQL should I have installed to get the port
> working? I am been debugging this stuff bit-by-bit. So far,
> I've upgraded the entire 700 ports since last October. I have
> kept ``ethic'' to be a server: DNS, mail, and web. Be great to
> host wordpress working so any help will be v much appreciated!
its the php mysql extension it's moaning about, not the mysql server.
what do you get from pkg_version -Iv | grep php5
i wouldn't normally do it like this, but in your case i'd be tempted to
make install clean
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