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Mad Penguin: Installing Apache, MySQL, and PHP on Linux

Dec 16, 2003, 07:00 (6 Talkback[s])

"This tutorial is designed to guide you through the initial steps of setting up Apache, MySQL, and PHP on Linux. The Linux distribution being utilized for this tutorial is Fedora Core 1, however the steps should be very similar across most distributions. This tutorial makes the assumption that you have the required development tools loaded for compiling programs from source, these tools are beyond the scope of this document and will not be covered here. Also, it assumes you can use the 'vi' text editor for basic editing tasks.

"Apache, MySQL, and PHP have become one of the most utilized combinations for developing content driven websites. They are robust, flexible, provide a decent level of security, and they are available for many different platforms. That being said, lets get to building a web server..."

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