I have been renaming the php folders to determine which should be used and then restarting Apache. Its name is probably mysql.so or php_mysql.dll. Please check your PHP configuration." The story so far: I decided to update MySQL on the server. Try installing ruby or a search engine. Source
felgall 2015-12-30 22:38:09 UTC #5 Not quite sure why but I tried renaming the PHP 5.6 version of the file and copying one of the other two versions in its place For example, in upgrading individual applications to be compatible with newer version of php it would be nice to compare and contrast locally. up vote 2 down vote If after you've removed the semi-colons you STILL get this error. I can understand if I had that problem right after I updated, but why would it be delayed by a day or two? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12170400/mysqli-not-working-in-xampp-windows
Why does low frequency RFID have a short read range? Open your favorite IDE editor and open the file httpd.conf file in the APache 2.4 folder. It does not solve all the other problems that are typically involved in setting up a complete local environment such as installing extensions and front end workflow tools.
as it always is it seems. I did use the 'sample' config.inc.php file and change to $cfg['Servers'][$i]['extension'] = 'mysqli'; It would be nice to get phpMyAdmin running so I know the site is tight and correct. It also helps me understand how you are supposed to install the environment. Mysql Php Extension Missing! s_molinari 2015-12-31 06:14:51 UTC #20 felgall: I looked into Vagrant already and decided not to switch to that at the moment.
The two files are different sizes and have differernt datestamps on. Xampp Mysqli Connect here is the error message I'm getting: "cannot load MySQL extension, please check PHP Configuration". "To connect to a MySQL server, PHP needs a set of MySQL functions called "MySQL extension". Actually I never thought I will face a problem like this cause I set up windows XP and Fedora myself, But Centos proved me wrong, please assist. Please check your PHP configuration.” Conor says: January 3, 2007 at 6:54 pm I thought for linux you'd have to recompile PHP with the mysql or mysqli option?
Open and extract PHP 7 to your desired development environment. How To Enable Mysqli In Wamp spaceshiptrooper 2015-12-31 03:00:45 UTC #13 felgall: Having cleaned up the couple of warning messages that appeared when I upgraded to PHP 5.6 I have now successfully updated to PHP 7 - I also have Vagrant installed. c:\ProgramFiles\wamp" ), the mysqli issue (and some other issues) go away.Options:Reply•QuoteGo to:Forum List•Message List•Search•Log InSorry, only registered users may post in this forum.Click here to login Skip to content Something Odd!
So next step is to go through everything and fix anything that now shows as an error before switching again to PHP 7. It only solves one problem - installing php. I've just spent the best part of four days on this problem and seen several threads discussing the same thing. s_molinari: Now that I use Virtualbox with Vagrant I looked into Vagrant already and decided not to switch to that at the moment. Cannot Load Mysqli Extension. Please Check Your Php Configuration. - Documentation
Because these xampp versions also support Mysqli by default. Hyper Derivative definition. If there's a ‘;' at the start of the line remove it and restart Apache. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-mysqli-extension-please-check-your-php-configuration-documentation.html Why is looping over find's output bad practice?
I checked the PHP.ini file and the extension = mysql is uncommented.any other suggestions?take care,leeOptions:Reply•QuoteRe: Cannot load mysqli extension Posted by: yfastud (Moderator)Date: July 29, 2008 04:39PMDid you ever have any Mysql Extension For Php If you're doing this locally, you'll need to do a lot of stuff. Any ideas where I went wrong? 20 Sep 2007,11:48 PM #2 VernW View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles New Zenner Join Date Sep 2007 Posts 4 Plugin
extension= php_mysqli.dll share|improve this answer answered Aug 29 '12 at 3:18 Furry 222221 Restart your xampp once you have applied the settings. –Furry Aug 29 '12 at 3:38 Thank you Reply Kaitlin Duck Sherwood says: April 8, 2007 at 3:24 am I also was missing mysql.so; I found it by getting the package php4-mysql. I hate xamp. Php_mysql.dll Download It was restarted 3 days later, maybe when log files were rotated.
Reply Math. Same error still.There must be something which is messed up in the registry / services / system-directory .... Look for "mysql.so". I remember seeing that they have PHP 7 for XAMPP, but I didn't know you have to do a full upgrade and not just skip a version to the latest.
Reply Donncha says: February 21, 2007 at 11:39 am Andrea - mysql isn't loaded. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up mysqli not working in xampp windows up vote 3 down vote favorite By seeing suggestions throught the internet I tried to convert So I bit the bullet and did manual installs of the components. Now that I use Virtualbox with Vagrant, those days are gone.
I'm so screwed.Options:Reply•QuoteRe: Cannot load mysqli extension Posted by: bjorn (---.m-l.no)Date: September 23, 2008 08:49PMI'm having this same problem.WAMP 2.0 was working out of the box with mysqli. Most of linux server run properly under this settings but sentos. In PHP 7, all extensions are commented out so you'll need to uncomment the important ones like php_mbstring.dll, php_mysql.dll, php_pdo_mysql.dll, .etc. I've even copied the php.ini, libmysql.dll, php_mysql.dll and PHP_mysqli.dll files into the c:\winnt folder and still getting the error.
I'm using XAMPP v3.0.12, I've just downloaded a few days ago.