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Penguin Magazine: Apache, MySQL, and PHP

Mar 02, 2000, 23:55 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Scott R. Haven)

"Given the growing popularity, shortened development cycle, and low cost of the potent PHP, MySQL, Apache combination it is no surprise that people are flocking to this platform for web development. Unfortunately as many will find out, simply acquiring and installing these three packages can be quite a daunting task."

"RedHat 6.x
These instructions are the easiest to follow of the three, but are recommend only for users of Redhat 6.x, or distributions which claim to be compatible with Redhat, such as Mandrake."

"Source
While these instructions are far more complicated, they are also the most flexible. If you are unable to use the RPMs, or wish to add in support for additional Apache Modules, these instructions will guide you though compiling and installing the software from the source code."

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