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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Install DB problem

Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Install DB problem
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 01:45:29 +0200
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... and you must have these packages:

dpkg -l |grep mysql
ii libdbd-mysql-perl xxxx A Perl5 database interface to the MySQL data ii libmysqlclient10 xxxx LGPL-licensed client library for MySQL datab ii libmysqlclient12 xxxx mysql database client library <================ perhaps just with unstable version !!!!
ii  mysql-client         xxxx       mysql database client binaries
ii  mysql-common    xxxx       mysql database common files (e.g. /etc/mysql
ii  mysql-server        xxxx       mysql database server binaries
ii  phpX-mysql         xxxx       MySQL module for php4

and be carfull your db is runing !!!

Pascal -- France

Blurg wrote:

I get this error messages which has been before on the mailing list, and
the proposed solutions aren't working for me.

No MySQL support found. Disabling
No Postgres-DB support found. Disabling
No Microsoft SQL Server support found. Disabling
No Oracle-DB support found. Disabling

did not found any valid DB support !
try to configure your php to support one of the above mentioned dbs or
install phpgroupware by hand

I installed all the necessary phpgroupware packages, which Debian is doing
automatically. Then, I also installed the php-mysql package for php3.

Now, my php.ini got some MySQL directives, but that's about persistant
connections and the such.

I'v got this in my php.ini:
sql.safe_mode = Off

And these:

mysql.allow_persistent = On ; allow or prevent persistent link
mysql.max_persistent = -1 ; maximum number of persistent links. -1 means
no limit
mysql.max_links   = -1 ; maximum number of links (persistent+non
persistent).  -1 means no limit
mysql.default_port  =  ; default port number for mysql_connect().  If
       ; mysql_connect() will use the $MYSQL_TCP_PORT, or the mysql-tcp
       ; entry in /etc/services, or the compile-time defined MYSQL_PORT
       ; (in that order).  Win32 will only look at MYSQL_PORT.
mysql.default_host  =  ; default host for mysql_connect() (doesn't apply
in safe mode)
mysql.default_user  =  ; default user for mysql_connect() (doesn't apply
in safe mode)
mysql.default_password =  ; default password for mysql_connect() (doesn't
apply in safe mode)
       ; Note that this is generally a *bad* idea to store passwords
       ; in this file.  *Any* user with PHP access can run
       ; 'echo cfg_get_var("mysql.default_password")' and reveal that
       ; password!  And of course, any users with read access to this
       ; file will be able to reveal the password as well.

And my /etc/phpgroupware directory contains only one file:
the which says:

       $GLOBALS['phpgw_info']['server']['header_admin_password'] =

       $GLOBALS['phpgw_domain']['default'] = array (
               'db_host' => 'localhost',
               'db_name' => 'phpg',
               'db_user' => 'phpg',
               'db_pass' => 'uhmz?',
               // Look at the README file
               'db_type' => 'mysql',
               // This will limit who is allowed to make configuration
               'config_passwd' => 'duh!'

Hope someone can help me out with this problem,


"When a man sits with a pretty girl for an hour, it seems like a minute.
But let him sit on a hot stove for a minute and it's longer than any hour.
That's relativity." [A. Einstein, 1938]

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