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  • Koss
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    thanks man!....finally worked!

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  • filburt1
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    BTW you can steal my screenshots

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  • filburt1
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    You probably don't want to include a raw httpd.conf because the file changes when new versions of Apache come out.

    I wrote a tutorial on getting Apache/PHP/MySQL up (http://www.liquid2k.com/filburt1/part1.html) but it's a bit dated because it uses Apache 1.3.x, not 2.x.x.

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  • Floris
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    This smells a little bit like spam.
    But ok.
    Nice of you to share your help.
    Uhm, how do we know this is not backdoored?

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  • Bugz
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    nice for some ppl but i have a premade server. apache php mysql phpmyadmin and so forth already togeather

    but this is and may be usfull for alot of ppl.

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  • John Round
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    My guide for setting up your own test server

    The subject says it all I guess...

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