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vBulletin on your pc (Best and easy way)
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by PSI|Dr-X PSI|Dr-X is offline 06 Jan 2003

The fastest way to put vBulletin on you pc and installing the webserver

You only have to download one thing

Here it Goes!!!



STEP 1
Download: Easy Php 1.6

Install it

STEP 2
Go to where you have installed it normally it is
(C:/Program Files/Easyphp)
Then press easyphp.exe the server will start automatic

Now in the directory www in (C:/Program Files/Easyphp)
You can upload your content or a fresh vBulletin as a test board

Visit it at http://localhost/

And for you mysql(phpMyAdmin)
Visit it at http://localhost/mysql/

And set up everything there

For me it worked out perfect always for an test board (offline)



If you wanna have a http:// adress for other friends to view your forum
Then go to DynDns

Register an account for FREE
Make a adress and point your ip now your done

Show the adress to your friend if you wanna let him see that

NOTE: You must be online and the server must be on


That's it everything on this list is free :knockedout:

Thnx
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Old 06 Jan 2003, 19:31
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http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...threadid=39482
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Old 06 Jan 2003, 19:48
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Another one of the phptriad kinda things

At least it makes it more easier for the n00bies to install php, apache and mysql

Thanks for the tip

- miSt
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Old 06 Jan 2003, 19:48
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Yeah but that is difficult for n00bs i had already seen that but this way is a lot faster and easier
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Old 06 Jan 2003, 19:51
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Yeah but you learn more if you do it manuelly
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Old 06 Jan 2003, 19:57
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I know :P [let's go ontopic now]
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Old 08 Jan 2003, 03:06
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Originally posted by Mist
Another one of the phptriad kinda things

At least it makes it more easier for the n00bies to install php, apache and mysql

Thanks for the tip

- miSt
They never work properly and also they have old builds, most of the time into. What are you doing if you want to install PHP as ISAPI module? Or even better, if you want to upgrade?
You will do it manually, so my method will get you familiar with those options.
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Old 08 Jan 2003, 16:21
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I know it doesnt work al the time but for me its perfect maybe that im running

windows 2000 proffesional that is based for such things als websites apaches ...
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Old 08 Jan 2003, 20:40
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I like to test my board on my lcoal server with the newest versions of php and mysql, and other software, but what I have noticed as Teck stated is these all in one packages do not have the updated, bug fixes/security fixes.

Good tut though!
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Old 09 Jan 2003, 00:59
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I must say that the thread title is a bit misleading, as the best way is to install apache, php and mysql by downloading and...*drumroll*...installing them.

If you want a good setup of the three, I recommend having a look at TECK's guide (link in post 2 of this thread) that is pretty easy to understand, even for n00bs.
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Old 10 Jan 2003, 13:57
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Lol ok any mods to close this??
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Old 10 Jan 2003, 19:54
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I don't think there's any need to close this unless you specifically want it closed

This is a good piece of software and i couldn't get TECK's tut to work on my comp even though we spent 2 hours trying to fathom it

This will be useful to many people.

May i also suggest you add www.firepages.com.au to your first post

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