PHP/mysql failure: Can't find mysql_pconnect
Bert Buckley - Uniq Software/Systems
bbuckley at uniqss.com
Sat Jun 19 00:22:35 UTC 2004
I have installed Fedora Core 1, including apache, php, and mysql.
The apache daemon starts (I fixed the startup bug mentioned in
an earlier posting) and it begins with no problem. I have built
an httpd.conf file with some virtual hosts, and all is well...
except when I access a php script that tries to access a mysql
db. I can access the db from the command line with no problem.
The precise error is
PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function: mysql_pconnect() in...
As far as I can tell, php and mysql are properly installed.
According to phpinfo, php was compiled with
The mysql libraries are in /usr/lib/mysql. I tried adding links
in /usr directly to the libraries. But php seems unable to find
the mysql functions.
Help requested, and appreciated.
P.S. Apologies if this appears twice
Bert Buckley Uniq Software/Systems
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