Luis Lavena wrote:
> On Sep 20, 1:46?pm, Younes Baghor <w3bwizart... / gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Leopard, Leopard and even Windows.
>>
>> > Please be more specific on what you mean by that.
>>
>> > It is clear from the mkmf.log output that either the wrong mysql or
>> > the wrong compilation options are attempted to be feed into the
>> > compile process.
>>
>> if it works with you can you tel me how for snowleopard. For you it is
>> obvious but not for me
> 
> How you installed MySQL? using binaries form dev.mysql.com or using
> MacPorts (sudo port install mysql5?)
> 
> If using ports, it should find the path automatically. If not and was
> installed by binary packages, first you need to ensure the binaries
> are in the same architecture your Ruby installation.
> 
> After checking that, you need to ensure mysql_config or mysql5_config
> is available in the path (using which).
> 
> Then you can provide it to the gem installation process:
> 
> gem install mysql -- --with-mysql-config=/path/to/mysql/bin/
> mysql_config

Everybody   thanks voor the help, also i have to apologize to all of 
you.
Because i forgot that i had a clean install of OSX, So wen Luis wrote:

"How you installed MySQL? "

I remembered that i dident instlall MySql.

Again i apologize
Younes Baghor

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