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PHP only for Apache, or MS as well?

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Hi,

My question is simple. Is PHP only for Apache, or MS as well?
And if not MS, then what is the MS equivalent?

Thanks.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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Yibbels <yi*****@yahoo.com> wrote:
My question is simple. Is PHP only for Apache, or MS as well?
And if not MS, then what is the MS equivalent?


You did'nt read the installation instructions on the website, didn't
you?

But Apache runs on MS.

Assuming Apache means the Apaches Foundation httpd, and MS is the win32
platform operating system.
Jul 17 '05 #2

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"Daniel Tryba" wrote:
Yibbels <yi*****@yahoo.com> wrote:
My question is simple. Is PHP only for Apache, or MS as

well?
And if not MS, then what is the MS equivalent?


You did'nt read the installation instructions on the website,
didn't
you?

But Apache runs on MS.

Assuming Apache means the Apaches Foundation httpd, and MS is
the win32
platform operating system.


To extend that:

php runs on Windows
under
either Apache or IIS

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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NC
Yibbels wrote:

Is PHP only for Apache, or MS as well?


Since PHP can be obtained in source codes, it can run
on nearly any operating system that can compile C.
Which means it will DEFINITELY run on Windows.

As to HTTP server compatibility, PHP is known to
work on Windows with a long list of HTTP servers,
which includes, among others, Apache, IIS, and PWS.

Cheers,
NC

Jul 17 '05 #4

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