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Installing PHP Under BadBlue Web Server

In this article, Jayesh walks us through the process of installing the BadBlue web server and the PHP interpreter.

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By: Jayesh Jain
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February 24, 2003
  1. · Installing PHP Under BadBlue Web Server
  2. · What is BadBlue?
  3. · Installing PHP Interpreter
  4. · Conclusion

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Installing PHP Under BadBlue Web Server
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Your production machine might have installed PHP on an Apache server in a Linux environment, but most of the people (like me) will develop and test their code on a Windows machine before they move their work on a production machine.

Working on this assumption, in this article I am going to step you through the installation of PHP interpreter under BadBlueWeb Server in the Windows environment.

In this article we shall use BadBlue Personal Edition v2.14 and PHP 4.3.0 on a Windows 98 Machine.

Welcome aboard, sit back and enjoy!
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