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mysqldb, file needed

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Good day to you all!

I am trying to get mysqldb working on an ISP webserver. They will not
not help me, but I think it will be possible. The thing is that there
is one binary file necessary for this to work (found in python
site-packages): (on linux)

I am a poor soul stuck with windows, so i have the _mysql.pyd variant.
Can anyone point me out how to acquire the file?

Or, if possible, can any linux user share it with me or compile this
file from source for me? It is found at:

I do not know if it will make any difference, but the ISP system is a
Fedora core 4 system.
Thanks in advance.

BTW will a webserver even allow me to run this .so file?

Jan 16 '07 #1
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