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Re: [users@httpd] download


There are several projects in apache.org. You are looking for this project:

http://httpd.apache.org/

What will interest you most today, in the above page, is the download link for the 2.4 version:

http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi#apache24


And the binaries section, which is here:

http://www-eu.apache.org/dist//httpd/binaries/


The basic things you probably know about server settings should still work. You may check them here for safeness and eventual problems, of course. The community is very helpful.

PHP should be downloaded from its page, and that should be easy to do. I do not know how to comment the SQL thing you said.

A bundle install for "everything people commonly use in a web server" you may find around the web. For that, you should search for bundle projects. WampServer is something that comes to my mind (read a bit about it here: http://www.wampserver.com/en/). Please be aware that WAMP is a broader and older acronym: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/WAMP , and this word is possibly used to describe other projects too). I only use linux since years ago (my last Win was XP, which I still use in eventual Win needs, which I will do in virtual machines), so other people may give you other pointers with the same idea.

Regards



Em 11-07-2018 19:10, georg.chambert@xxxxxxxxx escreveu:
Hi, tnx,
well I have done both a fedora and a MS W-XP installation before, but now im (unfortunately) on a W10, which is the target.

Its only a bread-n-butter variant, will run some PHP with an ODBC coupling to a MIMER-SQL engine. (actually lifting development of my web to newer machine & sw)

¨But when looking at the apache.org I got the impression that there were a myrriad of variants to choose from.....
I just really want one single self-installing image (possibly with some checking like pgp)


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Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 23:33:32 +0200
From: georg.chambert@xxxxxxxxx

Hi Im an oldie, who once installed an Apache server, now I was on
to make a new installation BUT OHHHH, things have become so
complexity, so inflated, I can make no sense of what to download,
or from where........

That, of course, depends on the operating system in question. If you
are using a *nix type system I would suggest you start by using its
package management application to download and install things. That
will/should resolve dependencies and the like and make everything
much easier.

As the versions available from the repos aren't always the most
bleeding edge, if you find that you need capabilities that are only
found in newer releases you can then proceed on and get the
binaries/source directly - but you're more on your own in terms of
making all the parts work.



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