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エイリアスおよび非推奨の Mysqli 関数

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neil
16 years ago
I have spent far too much time finding this answer:

Since PHP5 many many people are having installation problems.  I found many apps were broken when I upgraded to version 5.  I tried to install mysql and mysqli and had problems.

Here's the solution:

After doing:

./configure --with-mysql=/path/to/mysql_config --with-mysqli=/path/to/mysql_config

do this:

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    if you want to use both the old mysql and the new mysqli interface, load the Makefile into your editor and search for the line beginning with EXTRA_LIBS; it includes -lmysqlclient twice; remove the second instance
"

then you can:

make
make install

......
Please note:  the mysql-dev must be installed or you won't have a mysql_config anywhere.  I installed the mysql-dev rpm

Further note:  the information about the Makefile's duplicate instances of "-libmysqlclient" came from Michael Kofler.  Thanks should be directed to him.  He gives more details at the following link:

http://www.kofler.cc/forum/forumthread.php?rootID=3571
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php at arwin dot net
16 years ago
For those having trouble compiling with both --with-mysql AND --with-mysqli, I found a solution at this URL:

http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=29860&edit=1

rjanson at msn dot com writes:

OK, finally an answer!

I checked Makefile and found the following line:

EXTRA_LIBS = -lcrypt -lcrypt -lmysqlclient -lpng -lz -lz -lresolv -lm
-ldl -lnsl -lxml2 -
lz -lm -lxml2 -lz -lm -lmysqlclient -lcrypt -lnsl -lm -lz -lnss_files
-lnss_dns -lresolv -lnss_files
-lnss_dns -lresolv -lxml2 -lz -lm -lcrypt -lxml2 -lz -lm -lcrypt

By removing one of the -lmysqlclient entries on this line I was able to
successfully make and make install with both mysql and mysqli. As
confirmed by phpInfo().

I'm not sure why the other libs have multiple entries and don't cause
make to crash.
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Yair Lapin
16 years ago
I successed to install php support for a mysql 4.1.7 database after several attempts because the instructions are not clear.
I have a server with linux SuSe 9 enterprise with apache 1.3.31. I installed mysql from rpm files, i installed php 4.3.9 as dynamic library. this version database needs its own client library else the mysql functions in php will not work.
configuration must be as following:

./configure --with-msqli=/usr/bin/mysql_config --with-mysql=/usr  --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache/bin/apxs

Must be installed in your machine the correct mysql librery:

MySQL-devel-4.1.7-0
MySQL-shared-4.1.7-0
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nathansquires at pacbell dot net
17 years ago
If you want to build php with both the Mysql and mysqli extensions, make sure your mysql distribution comes with shared libraries or build mysql yourself with shared libraries. With only static mysql libraries the compile process will fail.
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Daniel Sowden
13 years ago
I had a problem compiling PHP 5.2.5 with mysqli enabled on Mac OS X. Whether this problem was unique to me I do not no, so I am posting this for anybody else that runs into the same problem. Configure would run right to the end, but I had it telling me something had failed and that it was likely messed up. Upon checking debug.log I noticed this:

dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.15.dylib
Referenced from: /Users/daniel/desktop/php -5.2.5/sapi/cli/php
Reason: image not found
/bin/sh: line 1: /Users/daniel/desktop/php -5.2.5/tmp-php.ini: Permission denied
dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.15.dylib
Referenced from: /Users/daniel/desktop/php -5.2.5/sapi/cli/php
Reason: image not found
make: [test] Error 133 (ignored)

After screwing around for an hour and screaming many profanities at my computer I looked back at the error and noticed:

"/usr/local/mysql/lib/<b>mysql/</b>libmysqlclient.15.dylib

Why it was using this path I do not know, but I headslapped when I realised how simple it was! I solved the problem by creating a link called mysql that linked back on itself:

cd /usr/local/mysql/lib
sudo ln -s ./ mysql

Problem solved! I probably should have figured out why it was doing this instead, but this was easier and saved me from allot more frustration.
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marcus at synchromedia dot co dot uk
14 years ago
For those having trouble getting MySQLi to work, there is another way that is set to become much more common:

http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/php-mysqlnd/

This is the new MySQL native driver which has been backported from PHP6 and replaces MySQLi with a version that doesn't require any local MySQL client libraries or binaries.
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severin dot kacianka at aon dot at
17 years ago
I tryed Marco Kaiser's way of getting both mysql_* and mysqli_*, but it failed for me. However I could get it working this way:
First of all I installed the MySQL 4.1.3 binary disribution acourding to the manual. Then I simply passed these ./configure arguments:

--with-mysql=/path/to/mysql4.1.3
--with-mysqli=/path/to/mysql4.1.3/bin/mysql_config

This enabled both, the mysql_* and mysqli_* functions.

Severin Kacianka
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nulled elitscripts2000 at yahoo dot com
7 years ago
If you need to install mysqli extension there is no need to recompile PHP5 pr PHP5-fpm...

apt-get install php5-mysqlnd

Will install mysql and mysqli and mysqlnd

If you compile PHP from source then yes add the -use-mysqli in compile config.

This is Debian and Ubuntu.  Or at least Ubuntu.
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