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Thread: PHP MySQL support not enabled?

  1. #1
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    Question PHP MySQL support not enabled?

    I'm attempting to install drupal, but my new Webmin/Debian VPS doesn't appear to have the mysql module for PHP loaded.

    It's installed, according to aptitude. It's enabled in /etc/php4/apache2/php.ini (as far as I can tell -- the file's identical to the one on my (working) Ubuntu box at home).

    Further investigation shows that it's not enabled in CGI-mode PHP, but that ought to be irrelevant as far as I can tell -- I've got a php.load and php.conf in /etc/apache2/mods-enabled, and PHP appears in the ServerSignature.

    On top of that, phpinfo() claims to be using the /etc/php4/apache2/php.ini file.

    What am I missing? Why does drupal claim that I don't have any MySQL support?

  2. #2
    robn@spry
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    Cool Yes?

    All Webmin VPS accounts include the following software pre-installed:
    • Apache
    • Bind
    • gcc
    • Perl
    • awk/sed
    • vi
    • Webmin
    • SSH
    I don't know if a default compile includes that module.

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