[Serusers] serweb

Jan Janak jan at iptel.org
Wed Jul 23 21:06:41 CEST 2003


On 23-07 11:04, Marcelo Schmidt wrote:
> You wrote this couple of weeks before: I have no crystal ball and I am
> not going to reply to this thread anymore...

  Don't put incomplete and "out of context" sentence into my mouth !!
  I wrote that I am not going to reply IF YOU DON'T PROVIDE MORE INFO, 
  and it was even not related to this topic.

> With the same info I sent you all, someone else "Jiri" found the problem
> at that specific reply you wrote above.  Which it tells me you don't
> know it all and you read email better.
> If this is the way you try to provide any help, please don't help me.

  I see. So all these answers that I wrote to your questions:


  are not enough to you ? What do you expect then ? We repeatedly asked
  you to provide more information and you ignored it, you just asked for
  more help.

  In the e-mail below, I told you how to get rid of the warning and the
  error message, I really __tried__ it on NetBSD, I told you exactly
  where you can find the config file which needs to be changed and told you 
  which variable needs to be turned on. 
  The question  about missing mysql_pconnect was replied many times, you are 
  just lazy to search through the archive. 
  What else should I do when such a reply is not good for you ?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan Janak [mailto:jan at iptel.org] 
> Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 10:50 AM
> To: Marcelo Schmidt
> Cc: Jiri Kuthan; serusers
> Subject: Re: [Serusers] serweb
> On 23-07 10:45, Marcelo Schmidt wrote:
> > Well, right besides the method allow_call_time_pass_reference is 
> > deprecated in php4 but the latest version of serweb uses it anyway, 
> > doh :)
>   So what ? Fix it instead of complaining..
> > And following the error log to what really matters:
> > [Wed Jul 23 10:15:34 2003] [error] PHP Fatal error:  Call to undefined
> > function:  mysql_pconnect() in 
> > /usr/pkg/share/httpd/htdocs/iptel/phplib/db_mysql.inc on line 73
>   install php mysql support.
>     Jan.

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