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Which is better to a PHP learner, WampServer or AppServ?

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Jun 2 '08 #1
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On 6 May, 11:32, Erwin Moller <hi.steven...@gmail.comwrote:
Can someone give me some help?
Or XAMPP or ....

It really doesn't matter. I find that WampServer installs well and it
is easy to change settings. The others are also good.

You want to learn php yes? So just install one of them and start php
programming.

Oh and one other thing, you have been asked many times to stop asking
questions in the subject.

If you are going to ignore what people say to you here, please don't
bother posting at all.
Jun 2 '08 #2

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Captain Paralytic wrote:
On 6 May, 11:32, Erwin Moller <hi.steven...@gmail.comwrote:
>Can someone give me some help?

Or XAMPP or ....

It really doesn't matter. I find that WampServer installs well and it
is easy to change settings. The others are also good.

You want to learn php yes? So just install one of them and start php
programming.

Oh and one other thing, you have been asked many times to stop asking
questions in the subject.

If you are going to ignore what people say to you here, please don't
bother posting at all.
Paul,

That's just a Chinese troll who wants us to think he's Erwin.

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Jun 2 '08 #3

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Erwin Moller schreef:
Can someone give me some help?
Hi guy with beautiful name,

I advise (as does the PHP website) to install it by hand, eventually.
It is much harder than using some WAMP prepackaged installer, but you
learn a lot important stuff you totally miss if you use an installer.

If you are just starting with PHP, as you say, you might choose simply
to run some installer, but I strongly advise you to dive into manual
install later.
At least learn how to plug PHP into Apache (1, maybe also 2) and IIS
(5/6/7), that covers the better part of the serverspace.

Good luck.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jun 2 '08 #4

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Can someone give me some help?

Probably; ask a question.

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