MySQL PDO Extension Enabled ???

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Ive done a new instal on Version 5.7.0.3.

it says MySQL PDO Extension Enabled and is stopping me from completing the instal?

can someone please help me :(

Dave

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luxelifedesign2013 replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
see screenshot ???
AndyJ replied on at Permalink Reply
hi,
it is saying that you must have pdo enabled. What kind of hosting are you on?
Shared / VPS - local wamp / mamp?
bplabombarda replied on at Permalink Reply
bplabombarda
Same issue. Local on MAMP.
dclmedia replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
dclmedia
Me too, same issue...

I am using MAMP 3.0.7.1 on OSX Yosemite 10.10 C5 5.7.1
dclmedia replied on at Permalink Reply
dclmedia
Me too, same issue.
AndyJ replied on at Permalink Reply
do you have the php extenstion php_pdo_mysql enabled?
moussamhanna replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
moussamhanna
i am having same issue,
did anybody solved it?
plz check screenshot
BlueFractals replied on at Permalink Reply
BlueFractals
If you are using shared hosting, just ask your web host to enable it for you. Otherwise you can enable it in php.ini file.
mpalma replied on at Permalink Reply
Did anyone solve this...? Having same issue..
Sikisama replied on at Permalink Reply
Sikisama
Same to me...
Did you solved it?
Sikisama replied on at Permalink Reply
Sikisama
I got it...
Forgot to change PHPIniDir in apache httpd.conf .
anyway thanks
DianeBlackmore replied on at Permalink Reply
Same problem - Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS w Apache2, PHP 5.3.10

Terminal says the PDO Extension is ON;
php -i|grep PDO
PDO
PDO support => enabled
PDO drivers => mysql, odbc, pgsql
PDO Driver for MySQL => enabled
PDO_ODBC
PDO Driver for ODBC (unixODBC) => enabled
PDO Driver for PostgreSQL => enabled


But Concrete 5.7.5.8 installer check says its not. Any ideas? Kind of an urgent issue to resolve. Can't use an earlier version of Concrete as it clashes with the newer jQuery used by the site's design.