[Mod_log_sql] Installation problems on Mac OS X

Edward Rudd urkle at outoforder.cc
Fri Jul 16 13:25:19 EST 2004

On Fri, 2004-07-16 at 12:44, Clay Loveless wrote:
> > 
> > LoadFile /usr/local/mysql/libmysqlclient.so
> > 
> MySQL is installed in /usr/local/mysql ... No libmysqlclient.so files to be
> found anywhere in there, even though we already got over the hurdle of a
> dynamically loadable MySQL (so I thought), since we finally got the
> mod_log_sql_mysql.so file during the mod_log_sql build.
> The deeper into all of this I get, the more I start thinking "It's time to
> just go get a FreeBSD box." OS X is *almost* a regular UNIX citizen, but
> it's just not quite _enough_ of a regular UNIX citizen.

Mac OSX does have a lot of the FreeBSD system libs and programs on it.

> Thanks for your patience, Edward ... Can you suggest how
> mod_log_sql_mysql.so would have built successfully in the absence of a
> libmysqlclient.so file?
It maybe that the max os x builds name the libs slightly differently??
I'm not sure.. I haven't used OS X much.  i've been trying to get it
installed in PearPC w/o much success. but another user of mod_log_sql
that used mod_log_sql on an OS X system used OS X binaries from here.


You may want to look at using those.  as he had success in getting
mod_log_sql working fine.  you may also try some mysql mailing lists or
OS X mailing lists. As this seems to be down to an issue with your
system setup.   oh, What version of OS X are you using? (that does make
a big difference unfortunately)

Edward Rudd <urkle at outoforder.cc>
Website http://www.outoforder.cc/
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