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From:Eric W. Holzapfel Date:February 11 2004 3:27am
Subject:Re: MySQL and PHP - At last and Thanks
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Hello Guys (gals?) and the list,

Thank you very much for the tips.  Your help put me on the correct path, 
and I was  able to install the products you suggested,  and it seems 
that my "dummy" database demo is now working.  Thank you for the help.  
I am a "smarter" newbie now!


PMilanese@stripped wrote:

>You need to install the client side of mysql on the linux box (libmysql.*)
>then compile php with the mysql modules (I think they exist in RPMs)
>-----"Eric W. Holzapfel" <eholz1@stripped> wrote: -----
>To: mysql@stripped
>From: "Eric W. Holzapfel" <eholz1@stripped>
>Date: 02/10/2004 02:55PM
>Subject: MySQL and PHP
>Hello Mysql listers,
>I have a mysql db running on a Slackware Linux box. I have an Apache
>webserver running on a Red Hat Enterprise box. (Mysql 4.0.15a, apached
>2.0, php 4.3.2). I think (!!?) I have php on the Red hat box, version
>I have been trying without success to use php on apache to connect to
>the db on slackware box. I do not have MySQL installed on the Redhat
>box (but do have the mysql client installed). Do I need to install
>MySQL on the red hat machine to get commands like: mysql_connect,
>mysql_pconnect to work??? My php does not recognize these commands.
>Also my php will not connect to the database using a php script like:
>"mysql://user:passwrd@slackbox phpdemo" where user is the username,
>passwrd is the password, etc. I can log on locally to the Slackware
>box, and connect to the db using the user and password, etc. And I can
>also use ODBC from a windows box to connect.
>any ideas on how to set this beginner (me) straight????
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MySQL and PHPEric W. Holzapfel10 Feb
Re: MySQL and PHPPeter J Milanese10 Feb
  • Re: MySQL and PHP - At last and ThanksEric W. Holzapfel11 Feb
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