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    Running PHP+MySQL thru Apache @ home

    i've seen quite a few posts regarding this so i'd like to point you all to this place

    http://www.firepages.com.au

    simply download the PHPdev package unzip, and enjoy.

    The guy behind, this, firepages, is a moderator here and so if you have any trouble with it, you can talk straight to the maker.


    ps. shouldn't there be a sticky that says something along these lines?
    "To be successful in IT you don't need to know everything - just where to find it in under 30 seconds"

    (Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me)

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    very neat, i`ll get it when i decide to properly learn server side.

    scroots
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    Eventually we will make a sticky thread with links to the downloads for phpdev. Firepages is in the process of setting up more download sites to make downloading more accessible and available first.
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