[horde] Configuring MySQL module

Brian Leader brian at ideaslive.com
Tue Jul 1 08:56:21 PDT 2003

My problem is that I get an error when I try to install the php-mysql rpm.  
I've already got mysql installed (I forgot if it was with an RPM) and it 
works fine.  RPM tells me that there is a missing dependency on 
libmysqlclient.so.10, and I have no idea what this means since I've already 
got mysql installed.  If I try to install a newer version of mysql with 
RPM, I get a conflict.  I've tried the --force option also and nothing 
works.  I think I just need the correct mysql.so module but I don't have 
the slightest idea how to obtain the correct one.


On Tue,  1 Jul 2003 10:46:01 -0500, Chris J Albertson 
<alb at chrisalbertson.com> wrote:

> It doesn't sound like you want to be messing with compiles in Linux just 
> yet. I
> would advise that you stick to the RPM's. (I'm making the assumption that 
> you
> have php installed via an rpm, since you're on Red Hat.)
> Cruise on over to www.rpmfind.net and search for php-mysql.
> If you open a command prompt and do rpm -qa | grep php    you should be 
> able to
> find the version number of php you're running. Download that version of
> php-mysql and install it. You should be set with the php & mysql at that 
> point.
> no need to compile.
> Good luck.

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