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MartinTygsen

DBI module

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Hello,

 

Thanks for a exelent package with perl apache mysql etc.

 

I am used to the PPM from activestate because i run Windows XP

 

But my problem is that I cant use PPM in the uniform server, so I really dont know how to install the DBI module.

 

I tried installing it with

perl makefile.pl

and then

 

dmake ( alså tried nmake and just make)

but none of them worked, I never tried installing a module that way, and I'm kinda new at perl.

 

So I hope some one would help me install DBI module on my Windows XP.

 

(Why not include the DBI module in the next release, its a comon and well used module.)

 

Many thanks

 

Best Regards

Martin Tygsen

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Hmmm... i really don't use Perl much but will this topic help: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=141

 

Or you can check the other topic in here: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=149

 

Trying to be a little lazy today... :P

 

About the module i will see what i can do... maybe in 3.3

 

Thanks ;)

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Hmmm... i really don't use Perl much but will this topic help: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=141

 

Or you can check the other topic in here: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=149

 

Trying to be a little lazy today... ;)

 

About the module i will see what i can do... maybe in 3.3

 

Thanks :D

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No I tried it allready but no :P

 

It would be great if you could take det dbi module in 3.3, I understand if you dont have the time to help me, so I will try in another forum or install apahce mysql perl my self on the hard way :D

 

Thanks alot for a great product, and I will check in regular to se if there is any changes in the version number.

 

If its possibly to make det PPM a plugin to the UniServ it would be more than GREAT

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I'd like that too as I've just tried to install MT onto the server and it fails as it needs DBD:Mysql and the mt instructions say "

If you need to install DBD::mysql, DBD::Pg, or DBD::SQLite

If your server does not have the required DBD module, you should first consider using Movable Type's Berkeley DB support (the default).

 

Otherwise, you will need to contact your hosting provider and ask them to install the DBI module and whichever of the above modules is necessary to connect to your database. Note that your account will need access to a SQL database, apart from the existence of these modules, in order for you to use Movable Type's SQL database support.

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