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LinuxNewbie: Setting up Apache with mySQL, Frontpage 2000 Extensions, and PHP NHF
Apr 13, 2001, 17 :01 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1361 reads) (Other stories by Dallas Engelken) has step-by-step instructions on setting up Apache with mySQL, Frontpage 2000 Extensions, and PHP NHF.

- Currently the method of order to get a working install is. 
-- Install mysql. 
-- Patch the Apache Source with Frontpage 2000 patch 
-- A simple Apache configure (no make or install) 
-- Configure make and make install PHP with apache and mysql support 
-- Configure apache with activate module php4 and add module mod_fontpage.c that was
   created from patch 
-- Make and Make install Apache 
-- Apply frontpage extensions to DocumentRoot using fpsrvadm.exe 

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