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    Talking PHP 5.0.1 Released!

    Well, I just want to be the first to post in this forum

    I usually work with PHP, it should be nice to discuss with someone about PHP here

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    Cool, can't wait to check it out.

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    just kidding, I still work with PHP4

    actually I don't want to upgrade my PHP installation because I have several databases already installed including MySql and PostgreSql, Apache2 and PHP4 work fine for me.

    may be I will try PHP5 on my second PC, any way PHP4 has anything I need to create my applications.

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    Hmmm.... CMIIW, but I think You can install more than one version of PHP in one computer, although You can only run one at a time.
    Simply edit Apache's httpd.conf file. If I install php 4.3.2 in C:\php432, then i'll write :
    ScriptAlias /php/ "c:/php432/"
    or
    LoadModule php4_module c:/php432/sapi/php4apache.dll

    If I install php 5.0.1 in C:\php501, then I'll change the directory to c:\php501.
    And of course I have to overwrite the php.ini file in the Windows directory with the one I use.

    Note :
    - I havent install php 5 though So maybe the config is a bit different...
    - I always failed running php as an Apache module...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigabites
    - I always failed running php as an Apache module...
    just follow the installation instruction and it will be fine

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