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Le 20/02/13 11:52, Ian Whitfield a écrit :

Hi Ian,

MySQL is part of the new installation and I have set it to 'Start on Boot'.
I re-installed MyAdmin via Synaptic
I should have the Connector in the installation.
I edited out the "skip networking" line in /etc/my.cnf

Now if I try to run MyAdmin I get the error ...

/"//The mysqli extension is missing. Please check your PHP
configuration. <a href="Documentation.html#faqmysql"
target="documentation"><img src="themes/dot.gif" title="Documentation"
alt="Documentation" class="icon ic_b_help" /></a>"/

1) Is your mysql server even running ?
From the console/command line, try typing :

ps aux | grep mysql

This should return at least a line containing "mysqld" and mysql.sock
indicating that the server is up and running.

2) Now, from the same command line, try typing :

mysql -p

and enter the password for the current user. If your user didn't need a
password, remove the -p

Post the response here.

3)From the same command line, try typing :

mysqladmin -p extended-status

This should give a whole list of details about the running mysql server
(if indeed it is running). Again, the -p parameter is only necessary if
the user connecting to the mysql server requires a password to do so. If
not, you  don't need the -p parameter.

Really, you should be asking these questions on the PCLinux forums,
these are not LO questions.


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