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Old 18th May 2008, 04:16
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I just got done installing a xen server on Hardy 8.04 LTS, which works great. I had no problems with the installation of the virtual machines. I was trying to bring my web server back up on line on a virtual machine following the Hardy Perfect Server How To. minus a lot of the unnecessary: bind, mysql, etc..

I have installed Egroupware. When I go to click the link to create the databases via the web-based set-up it immediately moves me back to the login screen. I believe that this is a problem with my PHP installation, but I am unsure of where. I have looked both at the apache2 access.log and the error.log and it doesn't show any errors as to why the unusual behavior

Note: my sql installation sets on a different server
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Old 18th May 2008, 16:44
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Does the MySQL server allow remote logins? Can you try to connect to it from the shell?
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No issues with logging in remotely. to the Mysql server. In fact I have a installation of Website Baker feeding off of it right now. It is almost like I don't have an Apache2 module that I need loaded or there is a problem with my php.ini file. But I don't see where
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Did you install the php5-mysql package?
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Did you install the php5-mysql package?
Yes I did. Even using XAMPP i have the same problem...Could this be a problem with hardy or the fact I am using a XEN virtual Machine
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Is extension=mysql.so listed in your php.ini (or in one of the included files)?

You can build the following PHP page:
PHP Code:
<?php
phpinfo
();
?>
and call it in a browser - is MySQL mentioned on that page?
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