mysql missing from my home-page WordPress....

Michael J. Kearney mkearney at
Thu Mar 3 19:35:31 UTC 2011

Wordpress install ftw

I created a new database manually....


John D Jones III <freebsd-questions at> wrote:

On 03/01/2011 03:50 PM, Gary Kline wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 01, 2011 at 04:03:13PM -0500, Glenn Sieb wrote:
>> On 3/1/11 3:53 PM, Gary Kline wrote:
>>>     Any clues why I get a one-liner from wordpress that my database
>>>     extention is missing?  I re-installed everything; it is running.
>>>     The "wordpress" db is there when I check 'show database'.  What
>>>     else?
>> Check and make sure the MySQL extensions are installed in PHP?
>> pkg_info | grep php5-mysql
>> (if not..)
>> cd /usr/ports/databases/php5-mysql&&  make install clean
>> Good luck!
>> --Glenn
> This was the first thing I [re-] installed.
> q0 14:47 Server<ethic>  [5001] pkg_info | gr php5-mysql
> 470:php5-mysql-5.3.5    The mysql shared extension for php
> 471:php5-mysqli-5.3.5   The mysqli shared extension for php
> q0 14:47 Server<ethic>  [5002]
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I had a similar problem with PHP after I upgraded it. The location of
the php extensions had changed, but my php.ini was still pointing to the
old location of the modules. You may want to double check the path and
make sure they're both the same. If not, I recommend copying in the new
.default php.ini file and make your custom changes there, as there were
recently many settings changed/added in the latest PHP version.

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