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FedoraNews.org: Installation of LAMP Using Apache Toolbox

Jan 29, 2004, 05:30 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Krishnan Subramanian)

[ Thanks to Krishnan Subramanian for this link. ]

"LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. Some people will use Perl or Python for P instead of PHP. Without going into that argument, we will now see how Apache, MySQL and PHP can be installed in your Fedora box using an amazing tool called Apache Toolbox. Apache Toolbox is a fully customizable and Menu driven utility which can be used to easily compile Apache with PHP, MySQL, SSL and many other modules. This is very helpful for novice users who wants to install LAMP. If you want to install from source code without this toolbox, there are many references available and you can also refer to one such article. I have made every effort to reproduce the installation process in this article...."

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