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Linux.com: Installing Apache 1.3.19 with mySQL + PHP4 + FrontPage 2000

Linux.com: Installing Apache 1.3.19 with mySQL + PHP4 + FrontPage 2000

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 16, 2001


"This article will take you through, step by step, an Apache 1.3.19 install with support for mySQL, PHP4, FrontPage 2000, and virtual hosting with all these features. It has been tested on stock Redhat 7.0, and Mandrake 7.2, so it should work on any flavor of Linux you want. Would also work on any other form of *NIX but you will have to download different packages for the install."

"... Adding FrontPage support to virtual webs is the same process covered in adding them to the Root Web. The only difference is you provide a multi-hosting name when running fpsrvadm.exe instead of just hiting enter. The multi-hosting name that you enter will be the ServerName defined in the ". This article will take you through, step by step, an Apache 1.3.19 install with support for mySQL, PHP4, FrontPage 2000, and virtual hosting with all these features. It has been tested on stock Redhat 7.0, and Mandrake 7.2, so it should work on any flavor of Linux you want. Would also work on any other form of *NIX but you will have to download different packages for the install.

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