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From:O'K Web Design Date:July 24 2004 12:36pm
Subject:Re: mysql /dbi issues
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     When building my server I came across a similar situation.  The .10 and
.14 are builds of the same library but are complied using a different C
library when building the kernel.  If your kernel was built and needs .14
you should be able to find builds for your kernel.  In the end, I tried
upgrading my C libraries and killed my machine (Linux) and then had to
re-install the operating system.  If you cannot find the rpm for it,
'making' it from the binaries is pretty easy.  Mike

----- Original Message -----
From: "bruce" <bedouglas@stripped>
To: <mysql@stripped>
Sent: July 23, 2004 7:31 PM
Subject: mysql /dbi issues

> can anyone tell me why when i build/use perl/dbi it crashes because it's
> looking for
> i'm using perl 5.8.3 and mysql4.1.3. i've gotten the latest DBI (1.43).
> why does DBI look for, instead of using
> is there anyway to force a change, and if i can't,
> then how can i rebuild such that it uses my version
> openssl. i can't simply use the default rpm fom mysql....
> thanks
> -bruce
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