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help please installing PHP from a newbi?

Thread began 4/14/2009 4:37 pm by markjurisic334977 | Last modified 4/20/2009 5:26 am by markjurisic334977 | 8094 views | 9 replies

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Originally Said By: markjurisic334977
  Hi WA Community,

The plan is to developa dynamic PHP webstore much like the PowerStore. I've done the easy stuff with tools other than Dreamweaver for static sites.

I followed the "web_dev_begin.pdf" instructions and can't seem to get PHP 5.2.9 up and running on Vista Ultimate. PHP ran originally using the installer then l loaded MySQL5.1 using the installer. MySQL worked and afterwards PHP didn't. I uninstalled PHP, rechecked the php.ini file and added the php5isapi.dll using the handling mapper.

Any suggestions?

Thanks, Mark.  

try wampserver it installs all neccesary things needed.

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