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Installing PHP under BadBlue Web Server - Page 4

by: Jayesh Jain
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March 27, 2003

Installing PHP Interpreter

Download the Windows binary for the latest version of PHP. Once you've downloaded it, unzip it into a C:\ directory and rename the folder to "php".
Open the PHP.INI-DIST file from C:\PHP folder, locate the following line:
;cgi.force_redirect = 1
We need to uncomment this line and change the setting to 0, as shown below, to run PHP under BadBlue, do the necessary changes and save the file as php.ini in your windows folder (C:\windows on my computer).
cgi.force_redirect = 0

Configuring BadBlue for PHP

Open your favorite browser, in the Address area type http://localhost/ to open the BadBlue welcome page, click on hyperlink 'Help' from the options available below the BadBlue logo in the browser. You can also type in the address type 'http://localhost/help.htm' to open that page. (let me show you a snapshot of this screen).
BadBlue Homepage
In the help Screen look in the Developer support section and click on the hyperlink PHP installation wizard which shall open the PHP Wizard - Step 1 of 3 window, click next to go to step 2 and enter the location of php.exe in this screen eg: c:\php\php.exe
BadBlue step 2 of 3
Click next to reach step 3 and click finish to complete the configuration.

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