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10.5: How to enable PHP and MySQL in 10.5
Authored by: ParadisePete on Nov 12, '07 08:39:17PM

Or you can just download MAMP. In less than five minutes you will have a fully functional Apache-MySQL-PHP stack running, with PHPMyAdmin thrown in for good measure.

Self-contained, so moving it to another computer is as simple as copying a folder.

And it's free.
And then if you really want things easy, ditch the PHP and go with Rails.




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