apache help please

  • georanson
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i need to know how to install apache on windows 2000

p.s. im new to this stuff so make it as simple as possible
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  • Don2007
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http://www.apache.org should have everything you need.
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georanson wrote:
i need to know how to install apache on windows 2000

p.s. im new to this stuff so make it as simple as possible


Read this tutorial article:
http://www.dgunawan.com/23/howtoamp

Regards,
Danny
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Try looking at this I'm guessing you want to install apache to start working with PHP?

http://www.ozzu.com/programming-forum/tutorial-how-install-php-and-mysql-iis-t56303.html

Also you posted this under Hosting questions! Try looking in programing :)
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Any "particular" questions, please let me know as i use Apache everyday.
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If you are installing Apache/PHP/MySQL just for development purposes (as opposed to running a full-fledged web server), then you might want to consider something like WAMP, which gives you a nice development environment for the three.

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