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Hi If I install a copy of php4 on winXP home, I get a screen prompt when booting the computer. I think it is user, guest and admin logon. How do I get rid of this alltogether. I just want to tinker with php on my home computer without any screen interuption on boot up....

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    Hi

    If I install a copy of php4 on winXP home, I get a screen prompt when
    booting the computer. I think it is user, guest and admin logon. How do I
    get rid of this alltogether. I just want to tinker with php on my home
    computer without any screen interuption on boot up.


    john townsley Guest

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    Correct me if I am wrong but I forget if this was apache or php doing this
    screen.
    If I want to use php,mysql on winXP what Sever do people
    recommend...Apache,Xitami (hopefully free of course), what php version.


    "john townsley" <johntownsleyoptusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    news:413e8602$0$28794$afc38c87news.optusnet.com.a u...
    > Hi
    >
    > If I install a copy of php4 on winXP home, I get a screen prompt when
    > booting the computer. I think it is user, guest and admin logon. How do I
    > get rid of this alltogether. I just want to tinker with php on my home
    > computer without any screen interuption on boot up.
    >
    >

    john townsley Guest

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    In article <413ea9fd$0$23348$afc38c87news.optusnet.com.au> ,
    [email]johntownsleyoptusnet.com.au[/email] says...
    > Correct me if I am wrong but I forget if this was apache or php doing this
    > screen.
    > If I want to use php,mysql on winXP what Sever do people
    > recommend...Apache,Xitami (hopefully free of course), what php version.
    >
    >
    If you've got the speed for downloading I would suggest getting a
    bundle.
    phptriad, easyphp, phpdev, winlamp and the like.

    If you want to do each singly, then Apache (probably ver 1.3, 2 if
    you're adventurous), php (at least ver 4.3), mysql (ver 3.23 and up) and
    a mysql GUI thingy like phpmyadmin.
    There'll probably be a few tweaks to make in http.conf (apache) and
    php.ini (php) ... personal preferences stuff.

    Rocky
    Rocky Guest

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