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PHP Configuration Troubles

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I'm trying to set up PHP on my home PC, which runs XP-Home. I already
have Apache 2.0.54 running. I was going line-by-line through the
install.txt instruction file that came with the download of PHP 5.0.4.
THe process seemed to be going along well until I got to the following:

Windows NT/200x/XP and IIS 4 or newer

PHP may be installed as a CGI binary, or with the ISAPI module. In
either case, you need to start the Microsoft Management Console (may
appear as 'Internet Services Manager', either in your Windows NT 4.0
Option Pack branch or the Control Panel=>Administrative Tools under
Windows 2000/XP). Then right click on your Web server node (this will
most probably appear as 'Default Web Server'), and select
'Properties'.

<<<
I'm not seing anything like 'Internet Services Manager' under
Administrative Tools, so I'm unable to proceed. Can anyone give me a
push in the right direction? Thanks.

James
Oct 12 '05 #1
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James,
I'm trying to set up PHP on my home PC, which runs XP-Home. I already
have Apache 2.0.54 running. I was going line-by-line through the
install.txt instruction file that came with the download of PHP 5.0.4.
THe process seemed to be going along well until I got to the following:
>>>

Windows NT/200x/XP and IIS 4 or newer

PHP may be installed as a CGI binary, or with the ISAPI module. In
either case, you need to start the Microsoft Management Console (may
appear as 'Internet Services Manager', either in your Windows NT 4.0
Option Pack branch or the Control Panel=>Administrative Tools under
Windows 2000/XP). Then right click on your Web server node (this will
most probably appear as 'Default Web Server'), and select
'Properties'.

<<<
I'm not seing anything like 'Internet Services Manager' under
Administrative Tools, so I'm unable to proceed. Can anyone give me a
push in the right direction? Thanks.

You are running apache not IIS.
Follow these instructions posted here:
http://www.php.net/manual/en/install...ws.apache2.php

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Mike Willbanks
Zend Certified Engineer
http://www.digitalstruct.com
Oct 12 '05 #2

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Mike Willbanks wrote:
James,
I'm trying to set up PHP on my home PC, which runs XP-Home. I already
have Apache 2.0.54 running. I was going line-by-line through the
install.txt instruction file that came with the download of PHP 5.0.4.
THe process seemed to be going along well until I got to the following:
>>>

Windows NT/200x/XP and IIS 4 or newer

PHP may be installed as a CGI binary, or with the ISAPI module. In
either case, you need to start the Microsoft Management Console (may
appear as 'Internet Services Manager', either in your Windows NT 4.0
Option Pack branch or the Control Panel=>Administrative Tools under
Windows 2000/XP). Then right click on your Web server node (this will
most probably appear as 'Default Web Server'), and select
'Properties'.

<<<
I'm not seing anything like 'Internet Services Manager' under
Administrative Tools, so I'm unable to proceed. Can anyone give me a
push in the right direction? Thanks.


You are running apache not IIS.
Follow these instructions posted here:
http://www.php.net/manual/en/install...ws.apache2.php


Ok, just don't expect all my questions to be that easy, smart guy. ;-) I
am very grateful. Cheers!
Oct 12 '05 #3

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Mike Willbanks wrote:
James,
I'm trying to set up PHP on my home PC, which runs XP-Home. I already
have Apache 2.0.54 running. I was going line-by-line through the
install.txt instruction file that came with the download of PHP 5.0.4.
THe process seemed to be going along well until I got to the following:
>>>

Windows NT/200x/XP and IIS 4 or newer

PHP may be installed as a CGI binary, or with the ISAPI module. In
either case, you need to start the Microsoft Management Console (may
appear as 'Internet Services Manager', either in your Windows NT 4.0
Option Pack branch or the Control Panel=>Administrative Tools under
Windows 2000/XP). Then right click on your Web server node (this will
most probably appear as 'Default Web Server'), and select
'Properties'.

<<<
I'm not seing anything like 'Internet Services Manager' under
Administrative Tools, so I'm unable to proceed. Can anyone give me a
push in the right direction? Thanks.


You are running apache not IIS.
Follow these instructions posted here:
http://www.php.net/manual/en/install...ws.apache2.php


All right, thanks for the QUICK reply. I'll check 'em out. Cheers!

James
Oct 12 '05 #4

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