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Old 07-16-2004, 05:17 AM   #1
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Installing Apache, MySQL and PHP

I followed the instructions given on a particular link on how to install Apache, PHP and MySQL. However, i got a response that said that the c compilers could not be found. [After putting in this command: #./configure --prefix=usr/local/apache] I read threads saying that I should install my "gcc". I've put in my Redhat installation CD and installed it. However, the problem still persists. Are there any other ways to resolve this problem? Thank you.
Old 07-16-2004, 07:28 AM   #2
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The redhat CD's come with Apache, PHP and MySQL servers. Why don't you install them from there?

You just have to insert the CD and click on the relevant services.

You can install all the C compilers from the CD as well although you will not have to for the above because they will be installed as RPM packages.


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