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From "Daniel Gaddy" <>
Subject Mod_php for Win2kPro on Apache 2.0.35
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2002 13:05:40 GMT
Where do I get mod_php from and the instructions on how to implement it into
apache... Because your right, I WOULD rather have mod_php so that it would
stay active within apache rather than opening up a new process EVERY time
php is accessed on the server... That will quickly bog down my box... Can
you assist me with this...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Andersson" <>
To: <>; <>
Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 4:57 AM
Subject: Re: CGI and PHP issue on Apache 2.0.35 for Win2kPro

> Daniel Gaddy wrote,
> > Now for PHP... I found on the net a nice download for an application
> > as PHP4 for Win32... I installed this application and did the exact
> > that are in the document for installing PHP in Apache... That document
> > reads:
> >
> > If you want to install PHP for Windows Apache (CGI version),
> > install Apache (See Apache install guide) and the PHP EasyWindows
> > installer. Then add the following lines to the
> > Apache/conf/httpd.conf file:
> This is a guess, but I think you rather want to install the extension of
> above the CGI-version. Without any specific experience about modules etc,
> and none about PHP, I installed PHP 4.2.1 for Windows XP on Apache 2.0.36
> _very_ easy; just followed the instructions. So, if it isn't so that you
> must have the CGI-version, I would recommend you to use the extension
> instead, as it is much better/faster.
> > Also, if anyone has a great link for a how-to type manual for installing
> and
> > configuring Perl v5.6.1 and all needed modules, I would love that...
> As I understood it, you had already got Perl working fine, and you do not
> need it in any special way for PHP, so have it like it is (or was, if you
> made changes).
> Regards,
> Robert Andersson
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