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  • I-Web
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    http://aeonserv.com has all you would need to run website on home pc only restriction is that it will only run on an NT based machine

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  • cbiweb
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    I installed Apache, Perl, PHP and MySQL on my PC here: http://www.webdevtips.com/webdevtips...ff/index.shtml. It takes you through all the steps, in the order that it's best done, in pretty much plain English. Everything was installed and running smoothly in one evening (about 5 hours total). I also installed phpbb at the time, for completeness and to get my feet wet, but of course I'm a vB guy all the way these days.

    (Strange, I couldn't get that address to be a hyperlink; and yes, I do know how to do it. I had to post the complete URL. ?? )
    Last edited by cbiweb; Sun 25 Apr '04, 7:35pm.

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  • MrNase
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    Originally posted by Pogo
    I prefer XAMPP from Apache Friends.
    Ah pogocop was faster

    I can recommend that too

    (thanks for that posting, it reminds me that i should update php )

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  • Pogo
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    I prefer XAMPP from Apache Friends.
    Apache 2.0.49, MySQL 4.0.18, PHP 4.3.6 + PEAR, MiniPerl 5.8.3, mod_php 4.3.6, mod_ssl 2.0.49, Openssl 0.9.7d, PHPMyAdmin 2.5.6, Webalizer 2.01-10, Mercury Mail Transport System für Win32 und NetWare Systems v4.01a, FileZilla FTP Server 0.8.9, SQLite 2.8.11, ADODB 4.04. For Windows 98, 2000, XP.

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  • merk
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    less so on a windows box, though.

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  • Jimmy Kane
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    Originally posted by Brad.loo
    IMO installing all three by hand is the way to go.
    i agree. A lot more control and more of a learning experence doing that.

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    IMO installing all three by hand is the way to go.

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  • DWZ
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    I use phpdev

    www.firepages.com.au

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  • Drile
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    Originally posted by IDN
    An old friend of mine has created this: http://www.foxserv.net/
    Thanks. I'll try it out when I get home.

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  • IDN
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    An old friend of mine has created this: http://www.foxserv.net/

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    started a topic Packages to install apache/php/mysql on home computer?

    Packages to install apache/php/mysql on home computer?

    I know I have seen various little package programs to install all of the above at once on a home/test computer.

    Unfortunately I can't remember which one was mentioned as the best. Do you all have any suggestions?
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