An update is needed Fedora!
Rene Bon Ciric (Renich)
no-reply-gw at fcp.homelinux.org
Mon Feb 28 18:43:38 UTC 2005
OK guys we are one heartbeat away from the grand finale. Almost there...
Everything has been acomplished. Im talking about the installation of:
- Apache 2.0.x
- MySQL 4.1.x
- PHP 5.0.x with great extensions
The only thing that remains is to enable the mysqli extension.
Strange but when i rebuild the SRPMS, for a strange reason, the php.spec file is configured to enable MySQL 3.23.x support and not the MySQL 4.1.x extension (mysqli)
I followed Mr Paul H. but I checked out the php.spec file and it seems to me that there would be missing packages if i did change the compile options from --with-mysql to --with-mysqli. The rpm would be built with the wrong info and I don't know exactly what to change.
The way I see it, there are 2 possible solutions for this issue:
- Compile or generate a mysqli.so extension
- Rebuild (Paul's suggestion) php5 SRPM
Which is best and who would like to help me on this?
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