|If you're trying to compile php, but get this error:|
configure: error: Cannot find MySQL header files under yes.
1) The usual reason for this is a missing or corrupted services.tar.gz file, or wrong versions information in the files.sh.
To check, type:
You should see a mysql tar.gz present in the packages directory as well.
2) Next, check the versions file:
3) If things are not lining up, check:
and click the directory related to your OS version. Click the files.sh listed and see if it's content matches the version downloaded.
4) Once the versions are correct on your system, and they match the mysql tar.gz file, then you can try installing mysql. To do this, type
If you get errors in that output, then see what they say, and go from there.
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