I dunno if its an old wives tail but I have heard that you can get 
apache/mysql and php running from a CD. You would of course need to turn off 
all logging etc.

Do a bit off google bashing.


On Wednesday 06 Nov 2002 9:50 am, .: B i g D o g :. wrote:
> That is going to be very hard to do...you might want to look at doing it
> all static...however, what are u going to do about the database
> connections...
> IMHO, i would take the php site and make it static and then put it on a
> CD-ROM...it might be out of date, however, it might be the fastest way
> for ya.
> Do you want them to access your site from the CD-ROM pages?
> You could create special pages on your site that the CD-ROM pages call.
> But that would require the user of the disc to have internet access.
> But running PHP from a cd-rom will probably not work unless you are
> doing some commandline cgi stuff...and i dont even want to think how
> that would work for ya...
> i would probably do something where static html pages pull data from
> your site...
> HTH...
> On Wed, 2002-11-06 at 16:44, ROBERT MCPEAK wrote:
> > My organization has a need to publish some of our web content on a
> > CD-ROM.  I'm in search of suggestions on how to publish our dynamic
> > content (php/mysql templates) in some sort of "runtime" configuration
> > that would let users browse the site from cd.
> >
> > What's involved with this?  Is there such a thing as runtime mySQL?  What
> > would it take to serve PHP from a CD?
> >
> > Help!  I don't know where to begin and am looking for advice.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Bob
> >
> >
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