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There should probably be some mention that these instructions are based on a Debian/Freelink installation, or else "apt get" won't work.
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There should probably be some mention that these instructions are based on a Debian/Freelink installation"apt get" won't work unless Debian is installed.
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: Added note as part of reorganization (below). [[User:Jgiam|Jgiam]] 23:34, 20 December 2007 (CST)
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== Reorganized Article ==
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I reorganised the article, putting things into sections. I also included separate instructions for Apache 1.3 and Apache 2, as well as PHP 4 and PHP 5.
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Previously, the instruction included a package '''libapache-mod-auth-mysql'''. However, apt-get reports:
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Package libapache-mod-auth-mysql has no installation candidate
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The previous instructions also included the packages '''libapache-mod-phpx''' and '''phpx-common'''. These are installed automatically when using '''apt-get install phpx''', so I removed those packages from the instructions. [[User:Jgiam|Jgiam]] 23:34, 20 December 2007 (CST)

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There should probably be some mention that these instructions are based on a Debian/Freelink installation. "apt get" won't work unless Debian is installed.

Added note as part of reorganization (below). Jgiam 23:34, 20 December 2007 (CST)

Reorganized Article

I reorganised the article, putting things into sections. I also included separate instructions for Apache 1.3 and Apache 2, as well as PHP 4 and PHP 5.

Previously, the instruction included a package libapache-mod-auth-mysql. However, apt-get reports:

Package libapache-mod-auth-mysql has no installation candidate

The previous instructions also included the packages libapache-mod-phpx and phpx-common. These are installed automatically when using apt-get install phpx, so I removed those packages from the instructions. Jgiam 23:34, 20 December 2007 (CST)