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ScorpionZ
08-26-2007, 12:08 PM
Hi to all
I am Scorp.... and i have just started PHP.... and i have download
php5(php-5.2.1-Win32) and i have download Apache Server(apache_2.2.4-win32-x86-no_ssl)....
Now can anyone tell me the What are the steps to Install configure and run and PHP and Apache... one thing to tell.... PHP is in Zip file and Apache is in Exe form... now What to Do..????

Mwnciau
08-26-2007, 01:51 PM
I would you used an package which installed PHP and MYSQL for you, check out XAMPP in my sig

ScorpionZ
08-26-2007, 05:21 PM
But i wana make it Manually not such Packages..... Plz

Inigoesdr
08-26-2007, 07:44 PM
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=setting+up+a+windows+apache+php+server&btnG=Google+Search
http://www.ricocheting.com/server

CFMaBiSmAd
08-26-2007, 10:26 PM
The documentation on the php.net and apache.org sites contain installation instructions that are specific to the operating system and different combinations of Apache/php. The php download also contains an install.txt file that repeats the installation instructions contained in the php documentation.

The web server needs to be installed first. Php is just a language extension added onto the web server.

ScorpionZ
09-01-2007, 04:29 PM
plez can anyone tell me how to do that.... I didnt get a complete response from anyone?

_Aerospace_Eng_
09-01-2007, 06:01 PM
The documentation on the php.net and apache.org sites contain installation instructions that are specific to the operating system and different combinations of Apache/php. The php download also contains an install.txt file that repeats the installation instructions contained in the php documentation.

The web server needs to be installed first. Php is just a language extension added onto the web server.

@Scorp Did you read the part in bold? Do some reading. We aren't going to take you step by step on how to install apache and php. In my opinion you are better off using an install package.

CFMaBiSmAd
09-01-2007, 06:13 PM
I look at the installation step (be it for a package or individual pieces) as a filter. If a person lacks the necessary curiosity, reading skills, and computer skills to get past the normal installation step(s), they are probably attempting something beyond their ability and they should stop before they hurt themselves. :D

ScorpionZ
09-01-2007, 07:27 PM
I just likely to remind u all that... I m not here to go for a cross wordings and i just like to advice to those people that if u cant say any good words u should better leave this forum... coz this forum is not for cross wordings.. This forum is for helping and guiding and sharing the technologies... this forum is not for degrading others... just like u people are doing.... so i think this is enough to remind for those people who are doing this... Now we should get back to actual work that is discussion on Technologies....
Thanks
Waiting for Respond.....

kbluhm
09-01-2007, 07:36 PM
Once again...

The documentation on the php.net and apache.org sites contain installation instructions that are specific to the operating system and different combinations of Apache/php. The php download also contains an install.txt file that repeats the installation instructions contained in the php documentation.

rafiki
09-01-2007, 07:39 PM
theres enough advice there to help anyone from dyslexic people to stephan hawkins....

CFMaBiSmAd
09-01-2007, 07:59 PM
We are not specifically picking on you, but if you did read the available instructions on the web sites for those products and/or visited the links and sites suggested in the posts in this thread, and you don't know how to proceed to install them, there is little that anyone could write in a post in a forum that will help you.

_Aerospace_Eng_ and myself are in the top five highest reputation group in this Forum and he is the top contributor with over 12,000 (and counting) helpful posts. If we have both called your attention to reading the published installation instructions for those products, it is a safe bet that reading those instructions will provide you with the help you need.

bcarl314
09-01-2007, 09:21 PM
One note on installation on Vista (not sure if anyone's dealt with this before, but I just did last week).

If you're going to install PHP, MySQL and Apache in M$ Vista, you need to do the following 2 steps...

First, go to your control panel and disable the windows firewall, any third party security firewall and security settings. (Might be best to totally disconnect from the internet while you do this)

Second, open a command prompt by going to start->programs->accessories and RIGHT CLICKING on "command prompt". Then select "Run as administrator".

Once everything is installed, you can reset your firewall and security settings.

It took me hours of tracking this down on the web, so I thought I'd post here.

matak
09-01-2007, 11:07 PM
Installing PHP 5 and Apache as unique apps is good cuse once you set them up properly (on separate drive than windows boot) you never need to set them up again :)

ScorpionZ
09-03-2007, 08:46 AM
I am very thankful to all of you about the concerning of my problems.... i think i got enough support from all of you thanks once again
Now i think i will do it.... if still i face some problem then will again refer you all people... and i hope you will response me
Thanks



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