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Setting up Apache, MySQL and PHP4 on Debian

MAdCarters.com has made an excellent guide for how to setup Apache, MySql and PHP4 on your Debian box.
Read it yourself on their web site –
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It's pretty easy to get a working local web server on your Debian box. You can use the command line (apt-get install) to get your packages or fire-up Synaptic to do it. When I set up LAMP I need my web server to work for various Content Management System (CMS) scripts. Some, like VTiger use gd for image manipulation, so I install that aspect when installing the web server. As well, I use Mambo for many sites, this one included, so I install php4-pear, curl, etc.

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