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    Question My own lil' bubble...

    I want to start foolin' around with some Perl and PHP stuff for a website I will put up.

    The site will be hosted on an Apache server.

    SSI will be turned on.

    I know very little about perl or this stuff in general but have lots of technology experience and some older programming knowledge.

    Is there a way for me to set up a 'testing' simulator on my Win-XP local computer? So that I can test what things would look like without screwing with the server in real-time?

    Thanx,

    Zeddock

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    Yes of course. You can download phpdev from here:

    http://www.firepages.com.au

    This was developed by my fellow mod in the PHP forum. Depending on which package you download you will have PHP, Perl, MySQL, Apache, phpMyAdmin(for administering the dbs), and a few other features.
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