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From "Dragon" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] REPOST: [users@httpd] Need Help [Again] w. PHP and Apache.
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2007 02:02:50 GMT

On Mon, August 27, 2007 16:20, Steve R Burrus wrote:
> All that I have tried to do was to integrate the PHP scripting language
> with
> the Apache Server, i.e., be able to view PHP files with the help of
> Apache.
> And my OS is Win XP Pro.

Please stop top-posting and trim your posts. It's rude and shows that you
do not care about clear communication. If you don't understand why, go
here and read this:

And also see this:

If you are unable or unwilling to answer the qustions you have been asked
by other list members in an attempt to help you, then nobody here is going
to be willing or able to help you. Nobody can diagnose your problem
without relevant information.

Frankly, enabling PHP support on Windows is trivial and is fully
documented on the PHP web site at in 23 different
languages. If you had done a search for "PHP installation windows" on
Google you would have found the page you need as the first page returned.

Follow the documentation link on the top of the PHP home page to get to
the installation procedure. Then RTFM. Be sure you use the correct DLL
file for the version of Apache you are using. This too is fully documented
on the PHP site.

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