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I have just installed Quantum GIS 1.8.0 on my Ubuntu 10. I want to add a MySql table as a data source but I can't see any options for connecting to mysql.

Can any one guide me how to connect to mysql?

N.B : Options for Available Database Types in Qgis are MSSQL,ODBC,PostgreSQL and ESRI Personal GEO Database.

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no,It's not duplicate,that post for whome ,user can see mysql option in adding vactor layerlink,In my case I can't see option for mysql :( –  SmitShah Jan 7 '13 at 10:31
    
I'm sorry for being wrong. i have deleted dublicated message. –  Aragon Jan 7 '13 at 11:01

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You can try installing the package libmysql. I configured a vm with ubuntu 10.04 and after installing libmysql (it came with mysql-client) it works properly.

Try it and post here your results.

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I had already loaded mysql-client,I Know that without mysql-client we can't make connection from qgis,now I has loaded eVis Plugin which use for mysql connection but following error occur "New Database connection requested... Connection to [localhost.test_db] failed: Driver not loaded Driver not loaded" –  SmitShah Jan 8 '13 at 5:44
    
Did you already reinstall mysql-client and qgis? Try to completely remove mysql-client and qgis (purge and delete paths) before reinstalling. And about others dbs? Did you try to connect with them? –  José Filipe Lyra Jan 8 '13 at 14:23
    
yes , I had completely removed qgis and msql-client then I had install again ,I have no any other database,I work with only MySql db. –  SmitShah Jan 9 '13 at 5:02

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