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installing apache, php5 and mysql 4

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I am trying to get mysql 4, php5, and apache to work on my winxp sp2 comp,
unfortunately even though php5 and apache seems to work ok I am unable to
utilise mysql with php and apache, I have yet to see a guide that has a
problem free installation, if there is such a guide or a fix on how to get
php5, apache and mysql all working on winxp sp2, after having moved
libmysql.dll to the c:\php directory as well as the c:\windows\system
directory,. and amended php.ini to show the path to c:\php\ext (although
this version of php didn't automatically create an ext directory) and having
amended pathn the system environments to point to c:\php, as well as
numerous other recommendations, I am stuck as to how to proceed. Any help
will be greatly appreciated.
Feb 15 '06 #1
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I am trying to get mysql 4, php5, and apache to work on my winxp sp2 comp,
unfortunately even though php5 and apache seems to work ok I am unable to
utilise mysql with php and apache, I have yet to see a guide that has a
problem free installation, if there is such a guide or a fix on how to get
php5, apache and mysql all working on winxp sp2, after having moved
libmysql.dll to the c:\php directory as well as the c:\windows\system
directory,. and amended php.ini to show the path to c:\php\ext (although
this version of php didn't automatically create an ext directory) and having amended pathn the system environments to point to c:\php, as well as
numerous other recommendations, I am stuck as to how to proceed. Any help
will be greatly appreciated.

Well, not to be rude, but best help I can give is to take this to another
newsgroup. This is for Microsoft SQL Server specifically, so the amount of
MySQL knowledge here is pretty slim.


Feb 15 '06 #2

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