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Configure a web server with PHP, MySQL, and Apache

In this screencast, TechRepublic member Jaqui uses Enlightenment (E16) to show you how easy it is to get PHP, MySQL, and Apache working with the Mandriva Control Center to configure a web server and enable remote administration.

In this screencast, TechRepublic member Jaqui uses the Enlightenment version 0.16.8 (E16) window manager to show you how easy it is to get PHP, MySQL, and Apache working with the Mandriva Control Center to configure a web server and enable remote administration.

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4 comments
Jaqui
Jaqui

that people would find it if interest in how easy it can be to work with a Linux system :D with no cli used even.

HAL 9000
HAL 9000

You have such a deep voice for a girl. ;) Now why did you need to make things so hard without a CLI? :D Col

Jaqui
Jaqui

The intention was to show that Linux is as easy to use as Windows. or in some cases, easier. and to show off a desktop that doesn't try to force you to work in a specific pattern. [ start menu or menu bar type garbage ]