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php and apache horror on widows xp

Hi,

This question maybe asked a lot of times but I still can get apache and php
working together. I tried allmost everything what can be found in the
newsgroups but everyone has different solutions. Is there anybody who can
tell me what settings you have to made for php.ini and httpd.conf ?
Where do you have to put your dll's ? etc etc
Is there an overall instaler which configure apache and php ?

I use apachae 1.3.28 and php.4.3.3 on Windows XP (sp1)
Apache is running fine ?

thanks a lot

Johan
Jul 17 '05 #1
3 1942
There are many such installers. However I believe that manually doing it
is better.

Apache should work fine once installed, get Apache 2.0.47, and then
start Apache as soon as its installed from the Start Menu.

PHP, just unpack the contents of the zip, plug them into c:\php and then
follow the instructions in install.txt.

Jul 17 '05 #2
Hi,

Tried that with apache 2.0.47. But nothing is working. Copied all the dll's
and .ini file to the right locations. Changed the httpd.conf file as well.
Start up apache is ok. But when I try to to this

<?php
phpinfo();
?>

in my index.html nothing is showed up. I also cannot browse .ini files in my
broweser

Help ?

"Dave Bell" <dr**@kent.ac.uk> schreef in bericht
news:bn**********@athena.ukc.ac.uk...
There are many such installers. However I believe that manually doing it
is better.

Apache should work fine once installed, get Apache 2.0.47, and then
start Apache as soon as its installed from the Start Menu.

PHP, just unpack the contents of the zip, plug them into c:\php and then
follow the instructions in install.txt.

Jul 17 '05 #3
I noticed that Message-ID: <vp************@corp.supernews.com> from
Johan den Boer contained the following:
<?php
phpinfo();
?>

in my index.html nothing is showed up.


Try it in index.php

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Geoff Berrow
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Jul 17 '05 #4

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