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Old 09-06-2006, 02:13 AM   #1
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How to Setup Apache2-2.0.58, PHP-5.1.4 and MySql-5.0.22 on fedora core 4?

How to Setup Apache2-2.0.58, PHP-5.1.4 and MySql-5.0.22 on fedora core 4? Pls give me steps on this. tnx!
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Well, first you'll need to uncompress each package and then compile it.

Uncompression can usually be done by running

tar zxvf filename.tar.gz

if you got a "tarball" (i. e. a file with the .tar.gz extension)


if you got a bzipped file (i. a. file witht he tar.bz2 extension)

bunzip2 filename.tar.bz2
tar xvf filename.tar

Once the files have been extracted, change to the directory created and do


(note that you can place parameters after configure do

./configure --help

to see the parameters)

Then do

(enter your too password)
make install

This should then compile and install the packages.


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