Thanks, Mani Original content restored above by GrandFather. I was unable to connect with the ftp server, however i found the ppd here: Is it only available with a Business license? I then followed Nish’s instructions to check the version and change directories and execute the command: Bye Posted by Brad Potts on January 30 Many thanks to the author of the module. For example, you might try a setting like this:.
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Posted by Bill Doss on June 6 4: I just had the same experience. DBI is working fine! Thanks, Mani Original content restored above by GrandFather. Add your own comment. A better choice to ActiveState Perl, is your own build of Perl 5. The package i believe is libdbd-mysql-perl.
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DBD-mysql | Perl Package Manager Index (PPM) | ActiveState Code
ActivePerl comes with the ppm utility to install modules. Trying to install dbdmysql went like this I too was missing DBI after installation of 5.
Installing DBD-mysql with ActiveState Perl
I then downloaded from here: Activsperl your using a Linux machine you can install the package using and package manager. So, can you please tell the probable area, where I have missed and any related coding issues? I couldn’t make it work. Posted by Daniel Johnson on November 12 2: I do’nt know what you people are talking about!
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I don’t know why. I don’t believe I can possibly be the first person to try this, I’m only adding this here for other’s benefit hitting a mgsql problem and finding this link.