There are some sites that have all the package together for instalation:
they come with: Apache, PHP, MySQL installer...and other component..with
that its so simple for installation...
I was looking for the link where I download the package..but I couldnt find
it...try [url]www.php.net[/url] to look for it..
or [url]www.e-novative.com[/url] these guys did the package but it looks they dont have
that in page...look for your self..!
god luck.. (I found those links in PHP downloaded manual from php
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=39, but couldn't get it to work. I then solicited some advice from an
Apache newsgroup, and they told me I should install Apache 2.0, not 1.3. The
DMX Apache guide says, "In this tutorial, we're going to focus on Apache
1.3.27 although the principles apply to all Apache 1.3.X Versions. We`ll
look at Apache 2 in a different guide."will run all the time, right? How many resources will that use up? I don't>
> Is the 2.0 guide currently online? If so, can someone tell me where?
> Also, if I install Apache as a service, rather than a console, then it
need a lot more stuff running on my system, unless Apache uses very little
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