Getting PHP to work with Apache is pretty simple. The documentation is easy to read.
I would agree with trying Apache on your Win98 box; but be warned that the current Apache release is only supposed to be stable on NT platforms. Since I have win2k it's not an issue for me, but it might now work on Windows 98. At 08:54 AM 10/24/2001, Chris Hayes wrote: >hi Nicolas, >pws is not so great. if you are still in the beginning phase >you may consider to use the free Apache server. It has a >version for windows, very stable. >You just need to make some changes to the configuration file to >make php work. btw you do not need to compile php if you >download the right version! (don't download 'source' but maybe >they call it 'binary' or whatever). > >There are even packets on the internet which include working >combinations of apache + php4 + mysql (mysql= free very popular >web database). Just do a search on a search engine. >There are also instruction pages on how to make php work on >apache (you need to change two or three lines in a >configuration file). > >good luck. >Chris Sliante, Richard S. Crawford http://www.mossroot.com mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] AIM: Buffalo2K ICQ: 11646404 Y!: rscrawford "It is only with the heart that we see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." --Antoine de Saint Exupéry "Push the button, Max!" -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]