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Php: How To Determine Support For Dbd::mysql


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I'm working on a website for an acquaintance. The site is not hosted here, so I'm kind of fumbling as I learn to work my way around the other host's control panel.


Anyway, I need to determine if the web space has support for the PHP module DBD::mysql. I've run the phpinfo() script from the public_html directory, so I know that PHP is activated for this account (it's a free-hosting "preview" account, so I wasn't sure if it would even have PHP). Can I tell, based on the output from phpinfo(), whether the DBD::mysql module is installed?



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Poifect!!!! Thank you very much.


You see people?!? Even when you're working on a site not hosted by TCH, they will still help you out! This place is fantastic. No way I'd ever switch hosts! Not in a gozillion years!




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Ooops, you're right! I got them swapped. I had to look for a PHP module as well, and when I saw DBD::mysql, I immediately thought of "MySQL" and "Database" which naturally drew me to PHP.


What a dumb mistake! Thanks for pointing it out. I feel like I've got egg on my face now! :goof:

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