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Deepak Radhakrishnan's Blog:
Configuring Apache - PHP - MySQL on Windows (WAMP Configuration)
June 09, 2006 @ 06:52:25

Are you thinking about getting into working with PHP on your local Windows machine, but aren't sure how to get it all set up (or maybe just don't want to bother with it all). It's really not as hard as you think, and this quick post shows you how to get it up and working in just a few minutes.

Obviously, it depends on your download time, but from the start of the install out to the testing of the configuration, there's less than 20 steps between you and a working installation. Each step is detailed to the point of telling you line numbers to go and change in the config files and what files to move where.

In the end, you'll have a standard WAMP (Windows/Apache/MySQL/PHP) installation up and ready to serve out your application.

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