Thanks, I am pushing them to go to OS X, but they are PPC 8500, which can only go to Mac OS 8.6, maybe 9. They don't want to buy a new computer, I personal have a G4 and Snowflake iBook and am running 10.1.3 with Apache, PHP, and MySQL. I told the I search and ask, which I have so thanks guys.
By the Eric Price, I could see PHP on Atari ST(they have the same chips as the Mac Classic, 68K) and I know in England and Germany are still used by many and are even on the internet, but not an 800. I still to this day write code in Atari Basic on my 800. I miss my Atari ST 1040, but I gave that up for my first mac, Power Book 145B, but I am wandering. ;) Oh, well maybe I can talk them into buying that new iMac or G4 SilverPro. Again guys thanks for the info. Chuck Payne Magi Design and Support On 3/18/02 4:35 PM, "Kevin Stone" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Unfortunately PHP was never developed for MacOS 9 so there is no option > there. > > The only option is to switch to MacOSX (which I highly recommend) or > migrate to XP (which is a mess but works). > > -Kevin > > -----Original Message----- > From: Chuck "PUP" Payne [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] > Sent: Monday, March 18, 2002 2:22 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: [PHP] Mac Classic and PHP... > > Does anyone know a good web server beside WebStar for the Mac Classic > OS, > that will allow you to run PHP with it? I have a client that is looking > for > such an animal. I recommended WebStar because I know it will let you run > cg, > but I am not sure about PHP. WebStar is the only professional web server > that I know of of Mac Classic. I don't think there is such an animal for > the > classic OS. I have tried to talk them into move to OS 10.1.3, but that > like > talking to the wall. Also I need to know where I can find free ODBC > drivers > that will let them contact to MYSQL or Filemaker pro. > > Thanks, > > Chuck Payne > Magi Design and Support > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php