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Old 14 Apr 2009, 03:28
pspmodandcfw pspmodandcfw is offline
 
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can someone show how to set a user in mysql? i cannot figure out how to do it from the guide
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Old 14 Apr 2009, 16:22
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Originally Posted by Vaupell View Post
This tutorial is kinda old, just get Xampp or another "complete server repack"

i use Xampp easy and runs anywher..
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/index.html

excelent to setup a dev board or similar.
Agreed. I had a test board set up in 5-10 minutes.
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Old 06 Jul 2009, 19:07
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Someone needs to write an article like this for xampp. I plan to set up a permanent local mirror of my old site using xampp. Hmmm...maybe I'll write an article...
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Old 27 Jul 2009, 16:48
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Originally Posted by TECK;257961
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02.[/b] Copy the 'C:\Network\Php\php.ini-dist' file to your %SYSTEMROOT% directory (C:\WINDOWS for winXP; C:\WINNT for win2K).
In %SYSTEMROOT% folder, rename php.ini-dist to 'php.ini' and open it.
I am stuck here, I d/l php VC9 x86 Non Thread Safe Zip file (that was 13.42MB) not as you mentioned. I extracted it to the folder C:\Network\Php. but I didn't find the file php.ini-dist.

the only two files .ini-"something" are php.ini-development and php.ini-production

plus, explain more please about moving the php file to %SYSTEMROOT%, what do you mean by SYSTEMROOT? is it C:\Windows thats it?

Please Help! Thanks
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Old 10 Aug 2009, 17:44
drjarmin drjarmin is offline
 
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Originally Posted by zaman_q8 View Post
plus, explain more please about moving the php file to %SYSTEMROOT%, what do you mean by SYSTEMROOT? is it C:\Windows thats it?

Please Help! Thanks
Yes, if Windows XP and default installation. To test, click 'start' and 'run'. In the run box type %systemroot%

This should open up a folder window, most likely c:\windows.

--------------- Added 10 Aug 2009 at 17:56 ---------------

This is an excellent article, but really needs updating?

I was halfway through the initial instructions and got tied up in knots. It was only 30 odd pages later in the post I find the link to Xampp which looks like it can save a lot of time.

Still working through....

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Old 14 Aug 2009, 21:25
SamirDarji SamirDarji is offline
 
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xampp is SOOO quick. There's even a portable version on portableapps that works. Just unzip, throw on a drive in the root, unzip the vb files to the htdocs directory and start the install.

I've got my sandbox development site running on xampp on a flash drive. Works awesome.
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Old 29 Aug 2009, 16:38
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so can i install this on Windows Vista?
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Old 31 Aug 2009, 02:51
SamirDarji SamirDarji is offline
 
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You should be able to install xampp on vista no problem.
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Old 07 Sep 2010, 03:59
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Thank you for the explanation to the question how can run file .htaccess in my PC
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Old 03 Dec 2010, 03:18
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I used xampp when I ran it on my XP Pro box. Much easier to get everything installed and running correctly and it is basically a click and install..
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Old 25 Jan 2012, 21:26
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Originally Posted by mholtum View Post
I used xampp when I ran it on my XP Pro box. Much easier to get everything installed and running correctly and it is basically a click and install..
I installed xampp as well and it seems to have installed easily and quickly, as the screen shot below confirms successful installation.

So what step in this tutorial can I start at after installing xampp?

Would it be Step 02. of the FINAL STEPS?
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Old 26 Jan 2012, 21:34
SamirDarji SamirDarji is offline
 
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I think that's the right one. Something tells me there were some things to change in the php.ini or apache.conf or mysql config files, but I can't recall.
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