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Does ISPConfig support MySQL 4.1.x ?
Does it support mysqli extension of PHP ?
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Old 11th August 2005, 20:53
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Yes, ISPConfig supports MySQL 4.1, but it does not use the mysqli commands to connect to the database.
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Yes, ISPConfig supports MySQL 4.1, but it does not use the mysqli commands to connect to the database.
ISPConfig does not use the mysqli commands in the controlpanel, but in the sites you create you can use mysqli commands when the php that comes with your linux distro is compiled with mysqli extension.

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ISPConfig does not use the mysqli commands in the controlpanel, but in the sites you create you can use mysqli commands when the php that comes with your linux distro is compiles with mysqli extension.
I'll test that because i'm not sure the mysql extension of PHP support latest MySQL 4.1.x
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I'll test that because i'm not sure the mysql extension of PHP support latest MySQL 4.1.x
It does (at least if PHP was compiled with MySQL 4.1...).
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