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Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL which is required for Word

  • Hello , i’ve been on holidays about 3 weeks , about 2 weeks ago everything was good but when know i go to my page i see :

    Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL which is required for WordPress.

    My page is http://www.guistyles.com

    So i check the files , they are where they was , the sql base is also good ….. so wordpress doesn’t see the mysql

    when i was on holidays the new ver. of wordpress was released , my was wordpress-1.5.1.3 so maybe someone hacked the page …. i don’t know ….

    so sorry for my english i try this :
    http://comox.textdrive.com/pipermail/wp-hackers/2005-April/000821.html

    but it doen’t work ….

    so i don’t know how to get it back to life , please help because i am not good in wp .

    thanx

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  • Could you possibly check if the database of the name you have specified in wp-config.php still exists, and whether the password is right?

    Depending on how good your hosting service is, they should be able to take of this for you.

    The hosting is my school acount …. i check in phpadmin and database i think is correct … still the same

    Guys the issue is that the Apache is not able to read the php.ini file, Do this and this will solve the problem.

    Note : I copied the file at three locations but you can try one at a time to see which is the correct place.

    Copy the php.ini file from C:\Program Files\Apache2\Apache Group and paste it in
    – ..Apache Group\bin\
    – C:\Windows\
    – C:\Windows\System32\

    The file php.ini was already present in C:\Windows which was surely not done by me, so system internally placed it there.. and that should be the correct dir.

    I think there will be a logic in Apache to see if the file is already placed in C:\Windows, if not pick from Apache Group and paste it .. so if you start the server before completing the changes.. it will place the file in ini file and will not attempt to copy again once you do more changes..

    In anycase, following above steps should resolve the problem

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