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so I tried to do this from my home machine where I am using activestate perl 5.12.4 on win7-64 and I get the following errors:
C:\Users\Darryll>ppm install DBD-mysql Downloading DBD-mysql-4.022...redirect Downloading DBD-mysql-4.022...failed 401 Authorization Required ppm install failed: 401 Authorization Required C:\Users\Darryll>ppm install +ppd ppm install failed: The PPD does not provide code to install for this +platform
would it be possible for someone to send me all the installed files from the DBD-mysql installation so that I can use them? I have already gone down the activestate perl 5.16 path in my development and this is the last module that I need to get working. it would be a lot of work to switch to another database driver or another version of perl.


In reply to Re^4: Issues with DBD::mysql - please help by drohr
in thread Issues with DBD::mysql - please help by drohr

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