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BOOK: Beginning PHP4/PHP 5 ISBN: 978-0-7645-4364-7; v5 ISBN: 978-0-7645-5783-5
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Old June 14th, 2003, 05:30 AM
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Default Installation woes

Having successfully installed IIS, PHP4 and MySQL last night, I booted this morning to find that PHP docs were not being rendered.

I went to try and check the IIS Settings under administrative tools but the option was not there! I thought I'd try to reinstall IIS but Windows claims it's still present. Selecting it for uninstall doesn't seem to do much either.

I'm using Win2k Professional

Any tips? If not, I'll probably end up resorting to a reinstall with no garantees that it won't do the same thing again!

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OK - preblem solved!

Seems somthing occured when I installed a more up to date version of IE after the other apps were installed. Have reinstalled IIS and it's now back and fully operational!

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I'd definitely recommend Apache, only because it's faster.

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