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Bug #3548 Unable to load dynamic library
Submitted: 2000-02-21 08:19 UTC Modified: 2000-07-25 21:18 UTC
From: Gonzalo-Andres dot Martinez at unilever dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Installation problem
PHP Version: 4.0 Beta 4 OS: WinNT
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-02-21 08:19 UTC] Gonzalo-Andres dot Martinez at unilever dot com
Hi,

 I hope I'm reporting my problem in the right place.

I've been using php-3_0_14-win32.zip successfully under WinNT 4 (SP6) for a while (with mysql support).
Today I downloaded php-4_0b4-Win32.zip which I unziped in the directory where I had php3 running, I made the proper changes (configured the php.ini file where it is supposed to go).

The proble is that for some reason I don't know php4 is not able to load the .dll files (any of them)
In the particular case of mysql when I run php -v command I first get a Windows style message saying
" The procedure entry poing mysql_errno could not be located in the dynamic link library LIBMYSQL.dll",
once I close this dialog the command prompt returns a text that says
"PHP Fatal error:  Unable to load dynamic library 'c:\php\php_mysql.dll'<br>
The specified procedure could not be found.
 in Unknown on line 0
X-Powered-By: PHP/4.0b4
Content-Type: text/html"

Can you help me ??

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 [2000-07-25 21:18 UTC] brad@php.net
Upgrade to the latest PHP 4, mySQL is now bundled. There is no need to load the dll's manually
 
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