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Bug #10453 mod_auth_mysql and php4.0.5pl1
Submitted: 2001-04-23 06:47 UTC Modified: 2001-04-30 16:42 UTC
From: rmohr at rmi dot de Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Apache related
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1 OS:
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 [2001-04-23 06:47 UTC] rmohr at rmi dot de
I recompiled my Apache as follows:

apache_1.3.19  
php-4.0.4pl1
mysql-3.22.26a
mod_auth_mysql-2.20

Is there any known bug in the interoperability of these modules?

php works fine, but the mod_auth_mysql module gives
an internal error AFTER login:

Could not load complete page - and nothing shows up.

Regards,
Rupert Mohr

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 [2001-04-23 07:16 UTC] derick@php.net
What was your configure line? You need to give the dir to
your mysql libraries of you use other modules for apache
that use MySQL.

Like (Example):
./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local
 [2001-04-23 07:16 UTC] derick@php.net
What was your configure line? You need to give the dir to
your mysql libraries of you use other modules for apache
that use MySQL.

Like (Example):
./configure --with-mysql=/usr/local
 [2001-04-30 04:09 UTC] rmohr at rmi dot de
I am using mysql and the mod_auth_mysql for a long time with
older versions of php without problem.
All mysql-Operations still work as before.

It seems to me that the autorization information
(name/passwd) don't get passsed over ...

I tried to recompile with different paths in all modules
but it did not work upto now. So I still use an older php module...
 [2001-04-30 16:42 UTC] sniper@php.net
You have to use the external mysql client libraries
when you have some other modules in Apache that use
mysql. ie. configure --with-mysql=/path/to/mysql
(remember to delete config.cache first!)
And do 'make clean' after configure.

There is no bugs in PHP regarding this issue. 
I myself use mod_auth_mysql with latest PHP (4.0.5) 
without any problems.

Ask further questions on php-install@lists.php.net

--Jani

 
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