On Sunday 28 July 2002 23:49, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Yes, I know, dreadful subject. However, because of customer inistence we
> must deploy one project on W2K. This will thus be a WAMP project rather
> than a LAMP project. Of course as a highly skilled *ix person I can handle
> these Windows toys :-) but can anyone suggest any good educational
> resources for using Apache, PHP, Perl and MySQL together on W2K. Anyone had
> to do the same and found any particular nasty gotchas (yes, I know about
> the running Microsoft software one).
I had Apache, mod_php and MySQL running on windows 95 once :)
As far as I remember, the only problem was getting the MSI installer installed
on win 95, but that was mentioned in the docs. w2k has that built in, so you
won't have that problem. You should be able to find pre-built binaries for
For perl try activestate.com, that's worked for me in the past.
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