Issue Fixed Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress
To fix this issue, the MySQL extension for PHP needs to be installed and enabled. The specific steps to do this will vary depending on your system, but generally, you can follow these steps:
- Check if the MySQL extension is already installed by running the command “php -m” or “php -i” and looking for “mysql” in the list of modules.
- If the extension is not installed, you can install it using your system’s package manager (e.g. apt-get install php-mysql on Ubuntu) or by downloading and compiling the extension from the PHP website.
- Once the extension is installed, you need to enable it by adding “extension=mysql.so” or “extension=mysqli.so” in your php.ini file.
- Restart your web server after making changes to php.ini
- Verify the extension is loaded by running “php -m” or “php -i” again, it should be listed now.
- If you are still facing issue check your web server log for more details.