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    Member neozoon's Avatar
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    Exclamation EasyPhp loading...

    I dunno if some of you have tried EasyPhp .
    If you did so tell me if the php script is loaded or not andif loads tell me how you did because i don't c the way to do so...
    i filloed the provided instruction, but that was useless, now i had found some documentation..
    hope it will work...
    Fanksfor reading
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    Taken from their FAQ:

    Launch EasyPHP
    We can't properly talk about the launch of EasyPHP, it's only the fact of starting the Apache and MySQL server. After the installation, a shortcut to EasyPHP is created in the directory "Start/Programs/EasyPHP". Once EasyPHP is launched, an icon is placed in the System Tray. Click on it to access on the different menus :
    Log file: reporting every generated errors from Apache and MySQL
    Configuration : a simple interface to configure EasyPHP
    Web local : open the URL "http://localhost/"
    Start/Stop : start/stop Apache and MySQL service
    Quit : do I need to explain?

    If you need more info, there are forums and mailing lists available on their site.

    Peace always,
    <jdenny>
    Always listen to experts. They\'ll tell you what can\'t be done and why. Then go and do it. -- Robert Heinlein
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    thank for your help jdenny,
    but all waht you wrote is availble in the help files,
    My problem is that the script i write don't appear to be understood as PHP, kinda like ignored
    that's my problem thanx for tryin to help
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