Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL by by Kevin Yank

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For the purposes of setting up a development server, you can type whatever you like. If you know your computer’s network name, type that in for the Server Name. Feel free to put in your correct email address if, like me, you’re a stickler for the details. NET development on the same computer), you may need to select the only for the Current User, on Port 8080, when started Manually option on this screen, so as to avoid a conflict with the existing web server running on port 80. On the next screen, choose the Typical option for the Setup Type, and follow the wizard from there to complete the installation.

It’s a large file with a lot of confusing options, but look for the line that begins with doc_root (Notepad’s Edit > Find… feature will help). Out of the box, this line looks like this: doc_root = To the end of this line, add the path to your web server’s document root directory. For the Apache server, this is the htdocs folder in the main Apache web server directory. 2\htdocs". If you installed it elsewhere, find the htdocs folder and type its path: doc_root = "C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.

That’s because you’ll need to have that critical information handy when you start using the PHP and MySQL support they’ve so helpfully provided. Windows Installation In this section, I’ll show you how to start running a PHP-and-MySQL-equipped web server on a Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 computer. If you’re using an operating system other than Windows, you can safely skip this section. All-in-one Installation I normally recommend that you install and set up your web server, PHP, and MySQL individually, using the official installation packages for each.

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