<? phpinfo(); ?>
mysqldump -u my_mysql_username_here -p my_mysql_database_name_here > output.sql
mysql -u my_mysql_username_here -p my_mysql_database_name_here < output.sql
7) The installation form loads successfully, but after clicking the button
to install, a blank page appears and the database was not created.
A: This may indicate that your server does not have the selected PHP database
module installed and enabled (this can be verified by looking at the output
of phpinfo() to see if the required database support exists -- see
The OJS installer lists database drivers for which the required PHP
extension does not appear to be loaded in brackets (e.g., "[MySQL]").
Most Linux distributions offer a separate package that can be installed for
each supported PHP database module -- e.g., php4-mysql or php-mysql (for
MySQL support), or php4-pgsql or php-pgsql (for PostgreSQL support).
Note also that even with the module installed it may be necessary to modify
your php.ini configuration to load the module, by adding "extension=mysql.so"
or "extension=pgsql.so", for example.
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