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Thu Sep 1 10:15:23 UTC 2005
On Wed, 2005-08-31 at 20:03 -0700, Sean O'Connell wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-08-31 at 08:30 -0400, Thomas E Dukes wrote:
> > > Thomas-
> > >
> > > CentOS has a mod_auth_mysql rpm. You might want to make sure
> > > that it is installed (rpm -q mod_auth_mysql). I don't believe
> > > it is installed by deafult. If not, yum install mod_auth_mysql
> > >
> > Hello Sean,
> > I re-installed the package but that didn't help either. Maybe this is a bug
> > in CentOS 4.1 as it was working under WBEL 4.
> Is mysql functioning properly? Can you successfully make the same query
> that mod_auth_mysql should be doing? This is getting out of my area of
> Have you looked in the redhat bugzilla?
One thing that I have noticed with mod_auth issues is this ... having
more that one installed sometimes causes issues.
If you want to use mod_auth_mysql, do this:
rpm -qa | grep mod_auth
remove everything except mod_auth_mysql and see if that helps.
(remember which packages you removed, in case you need to put them
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