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    Apache ?

    Is there a program that makes configuring the apache webserver easier.

    I tried apacheconfig but no luck. It just showed the section where i could configure it in the text file.

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    For some version of Linux there is Comanche, tried once but my apache was newer then the one Comanche could configure so I gave up and return to text editing...

    depending on what you want to do with ur webserver you'll have to edit: httpd.conf (a must), access.conf and srm.conf (not a must if u do a good httpd.conf) are the only 3 (and not so long, if u ever edited an eggdrop.conf - thats a long file ) to configure...

    also httpd.conf is very well documented, each section is full of explanation of what it will do...

    so i just reccomend you to get an "how to..." or another good manual, there are a lot of good ones out there and run your favourite text editor on httpd.conf (make a backup firt on this one so you have the "defaults" somewhere)

    first $apachectl stop

    and then after editing that try using: apachectl configtest

    this will show where you have an error or more...

    good luck!

    PS
    for windoze version is a long time since i didnt test it so maybe some one else could help...

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    If you google it you will find tons of information on easy ways to load apache. It is simply changing three files (alittle bit of code). You can do it just really try.


    Adiz

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    There are several install scripts on Hotscripts.com that will install apache and all the goodies along with it, then provide web-based configuration for you. These are very simple to use, provided you know how to manage the files (ie. unzip them in the correct place). Check the PHP section for the installers.

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    I will soon be posting a tutorial on setting up your personal apache web server. I just haven't had enough time to sit down and write it so that it is clear and can be used for months to come.

    Hotscripts.com is a very nice site for Apache and PHP setup.

    Adiz

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    Mysql

    You can download Mysql from http://www.mysql.com
    This allow you to configure your database. read more on their website.

    Greetz,
    Me

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