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Bug#298269: marked as done (apache php mysql: can not remove)

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Package: apache php mysql
Severity: important

Error: mysql.so does not have a corresponding .info file.
The above errors might cause apache to not work properly or start
Please refer to the documentation on how to fix it or report it to
Debian Apache Mailing List <debian-apache@lists.debian.org> if in doubt
on how to proceed

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Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 10:27:12 +1000 (EST)
Subject: mysql.so in apache's module directory is not from Debian
From: "Adam Conrad" <adconrad@0c3.net>
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Your dpkg -S output clearly shows that no package owns a "mysql.so" in the
directory where apache is searching, which means that if there is a file
there (and there most certainly is, or was when you reported this bug), it
was placed there by hand.  If this is a real apache module, please read
/usr/share/doc/apache-dev/README.modules (in the apache-dev package) about
how to set up a .info file that the configuration scripts will like.

If this isn't an apache module (say, for instance, it's a PHP extension,
and someone confusingly put it in the wrong directory), please remove it
from /usr/lib/apache/1.3/

Closing, as this is not a bug in apache.

... Adam

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