Installing PHP on RHEL

Now that apache is running on your RHEL server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing PHP on Fedora

Now that apache is running on your Fedora server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing PHP on Debian

Now that apache is running on your Debian server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing PHP on CentOS

Now that apache is running on your CentOS server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing PHP on Ubuntu

Now that apache is running on your Ubuntu server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Gentoo - Installing PHP modules

This article assumes you have installed apache and php.

In this article we'll look at using Gentoo's powerful package system to install external PHP modules, which are required by most modern PHP applications.


Gentoo - Installing PHP

In this article we’ll cover installing PHP and give an example set of USE flags to get started with.

This article assumes that you have completed the Slice Setup articles and the Installing Apache article.


Debian Lenny - installing Apache2 and PHP5

At the time of writing, Debian Lenny comes with Apache v.2.2.9-10 and PHP v.5.2.6 and they are easily installed via the default Debian Package Manager 'aptitude'.

The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security updates from Debian (if and when distributed) and dependencies are automatically taken care of.


Ubuntu Intrepid - Installing MySQL (with Rails and PHP options)

Installing MySQL on Ubuntu Intrepid is very simple using the 'aptitude' package manager.

This article will go through the install process and also look at what other packages are need for MySQL to integrate with Ruby on Rails and with a standard PHP install.


Ubuntu Intrepid - installing Apache and PHP5

Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex comes with Apache v.2.2.9 and PHP v.5.2.6 and they are easily installed via the default Ubuntu Package Manager 'aptitude'.

The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security updates from Ubuntu (if and when distributed) and dependencies are automatically taken care of.


Ubuntu Hardy - Installing MySQL (with Rails and PHP options)

Installing MySQL on Ubuntu Hardy is very simple using the 'aptitude' package manager.

This article will go through the install process and also look at what other packages are need for MySQL to integrate with Ruby on Rails and with a standard PHP install.


Ubuntu Hardy - installing Apache and PHP5

Ubuntu Hardy Heron comes with Apache v.2.2.8 and PHP v.5.2.4 and they are easily installed via the default Ubuntu Package Manager 'aptitude'.

The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security updates from Ubuntu (if and when distributed) and dependencies are automatically taken care of.


CentOS - Installing Apache and PHP5

CentOS comes with Apache v.2.2.3 and PHP v.5.1.6 and they are easily installed via the default CentOS Package Manager 'yum'.

The advantage of using yum (as opposed to installing via source code) is that you will get any security updates (if and when distributed) and dependencies are automatically taken care of.