Some stuff about Apache

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Some stuff about Apache

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Hello there Children (Hey Chef)


Anyways im pretty happy cos ive got my local intranet server up and running thanks to X11 and Webmin.


Ok so basically now i wanna go a step further, i already know HTML pretty "advacedly" (i couldnt think of a better word) I want to learn PHP now. So what i need to know is

1: How do i set up PHP for apache?
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2: What are some good resources for a begginer to start learning?

Thanks

-Dan

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Post by X11 »

It most likly is set up

and www.php.net

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no actually it isnt set up

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Post by Void Main »

Is this on a mandrake box? If so I would like to move it to the Mandrake forum as setting this stuff up is usually easier with distro specific instructions. Also, it would be very helpful if in the future you start off a thread with what distribution you are working with. I know you have a mandrake box but there is no way of telling if this is what you are setting it up on....

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ok ive got php installed so if anyones got some learning resources please speak up

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well its more general programming now because ive got the rpm installed now i just need learning resources.

If you can see my logic please move thins to the Programming Forum

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Post by Void Main »

Ok, just start a new thread in the programming area. I'll leave this one here...

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