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DBD::mysql fail install check

by PerlPeer (Novice)
on Jan 11, 2013 at 06:53 UTC ( #1012809=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
PerlPeer has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi, I finally seemed to manage installation of the DBD::mysql module (previous posts under my name). But, continuing the protocol (as given in OrthoMCL documentation) and testing:
perl -MDBD::mysql -e 1
I get this error:
Can't find 'boot_DBD__mysql' symbol in /Users/arend/perl5/perlbrew/per +ls/perl-5.16.2/lib/site_perl/5.16.2/darwin-2level/auto/DBD/mysql/mysq +l.bundle at -e line 0. Compilation failed in require. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted.
I browsed many sites, each coming up with different solutions, but they don't work. It seems the program is directed somewhere in the wrong place?

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Re: DBD::mysql fail install check
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 11, 2013 at 07:38 UTC

    I browsed many sites, each coming up with different solutions, but they don't work. It seems the program is directed somewhere in the wrong place?

    What did you try?

    :)

      Sorry, that was very imprecise of me. Most websites regard to similar kind of trouble and start describing solutions from compiling DBD::mysql. After that succeeded (as I did as well, in the end..) there is no further report on this problem. None seems to specify my particular error (the one posted). I should not have mentioned the other websites but have asked:
      Does anyone have an idea what is wrong here?

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