Thanks for the tips you all gave.. It helped a lot. I did finally
determine what the problem is.
I was using MySQL 4.0 which apparently has new dynamic libraries. The
old static libraries no longer existed. However, there were no errors I
could find anywhere to point this out to me.. Still not sure how to
figure all that out ..
At any rate, I was poking around on the mySQL site and came across the
MySQL-shared-compat RPM ... Lo and behold, this contained not only the
new improved libraries, but backwards compatible libraries I could use
for "older" apps...
Installing that RPM fixed the problems I was having with the
So, again, thanks all!
On Thu, 2003-06-19 at 15:13, pdontthink@... wrote:
> > On Thu, 2003-06-19 at 14:07, pdontthink@... wrote:
> >> > On Wed, 2003-06-18 at 22:36, p dont think wrote:
> >> >> > Squirrelmail 1.4.0
> >> >> > Apache 2.0.40 (RH 8.0 RPM)
> >> >> > PHP 4.2.2 (RH 8.0 RPM)
> >> >> > Courier IMAP 1.7.0
> >> >> > Qmail 1.03
> >> >> > VPopMail 5.3.20
> >> >> > MySQL 4.0.13 (RPM's)
> >> There's no debugging on the php side per se. We'd have to manually
> >> insert some echo statements, etc.
> > Any hints as to where I can put in debugging stuff?
> look in functions/prefs.php and db-prefs.php to see if it's even using the
> db. also, check your data directory to see if it's been using files this
> whole time
> >> Did you include mysql support when you
> >> installed php? (--with-mysql) see:
> >> http://us2.php.net/manual/en/ref.mysql.php
> > Ok, more digging.. I'm using the standard RPM's from Redhat, which I
> > believe have mysql support enabled, but I will check ...
> create a php file with
> <?php echo phpinfo(); ?>
> and at the top you'll see the current config values
Jason 'XenoPhage' Frisvold
Engine / Technology Programmer
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