How to install Apache + PHP + MySQL in Windows: Part 2/3

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I will teach you how to install Apache, PHP and MySQL and configure them to work together. This is very useful if you want to test out a script or your website before putting it online. It’s also a great thing to have when learning HTML, PHP and CSS as well as other languages. In this part I teach you how to install PHP which is fairly simple.
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25 Responses to “How to install Apache + PHP + MySQL in Windows: Part 2/3”

  1. moonshiry Says:

    @krishnankuta I believe everything has to be D: for your case

  2. krishnankuta Says:

    where is the 3rd video of this buddy??u havent shown how to install mysql……..

  3. krishnankuta Says:

    i wana ask if i install apache & php in D drive so the variable path value should be “D:/localhost/php”,isnt it?so will there b prob in it coz the variable path before it is of C drive.wil it work or not.any1 pls help

  4. firemarshal1bill Says:

    Very well done, I don’t know why people talk during these things anyway :p

  5. imkb010 Says:

    @orangebroinc I looked at the install docs. It should be a 5 not a dollar sign.
    LoadModule php5_module “c:/localhost/php/php5apache2_­2.dll”

  6. imkb010 Says:

    @orangebroinc I’m having a problem with that as well. I’m getting a syntax error on that line when I restart APACHE

  7. orangebroinc Says:

    LoadModule php$_module “c:/localhost/php/php5apache2_2.dll is this line correct or any misplace of any letter

  8. didkei Says:

    @chinitomick if you have downloaded a Non Thread Safe version of Apache the “php5apache2_2.dll” cannot be loaded and gives the same error. It’s best to use a safe thread version

  9. hellboydvd25 Says:

    Thanks a lot! I had messed up my configuration a lot after trying for 3 hours 😛

  10. TofetTofet Says:

    Thank you so much

  11. calinaionel Says:

    it works to me

  12. shaney1981 Says:

    this did not work at all!

  13. iamseeni Says:

    Really it was very useful….

  14. J0hnlock3 Says:

    Thanks It was really helpful

  15. juaneluco Says:

    i follow every step… but the last one.. when you rename the file phpinfo.txt for phpinfo.php is not converting the file… still with the txt format… am i doing something wrong.??

  16. GreminTroll Says:

    Awesome awesome thank you! Saved me from pulling my hair!

  17. shani55555 Says:

    thanks for help but where is part 3.

  18. 4wanys Says:

    thanks but where is part three(mysql)

  19. romanianindustry Says:

    Me dont works this!

  20. anetoiu Says:

    I have been trying to do this for at least 12 hours, THANKS A LOT!

  21. jesterhaku Says:

    You are a legend!

  22. xanaxist Says:

    GOD THX A TON!
    i had been stucked with installing php on my box for 3 hours and i almost got pissed off. lol

    and you helped me out from this problem thx dude.

  23. tijado Says:

    I wanna says thanks a million dude ,,,,,this helped me alot

  24. chinitomick Says:

    wer is the last part of this tutorial?…I succesfully installed php and apache…all i nid to install is mysql and the set up..plzzz post it…tnx

  25. chinitomick Says:

    tnx for the tutorial..but y is it that everytime i rstart apache it shows error..it says “the request operation has failed”…plz help me figure it out correctly…i nid ur help…plzzz

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