Installing Apache (with PHP) on Windows XP As of this writing, the current version of Apache is 2.2.4 and PHP is 5.2.2. Download the Apache Windows MSI Installer from Apache.org Download the PHP Windows Zip Package from PHP.net. Feb 26, 2020 · in the Variable value, go to the end of the list and put a semicolon, then add D:\php;D:\php\ext assuming D:\php is the location of your php installation. Then Click on New under system variable and add PHPRC against Variable name and D:\php against Variable value. You MUST download the x86 CRT for PHP x86 builds and the x64 CRT for PHP x64 builds. If CRT is already installed, the installer will tell you that and not change anything. The CRT installer supports the /quiet and /norestart command-line switches, so you can script running it. There are several builds of Apache2 for Windows. We support ApacheLounge, but other options include XAMPP, WampServer and BitNami, which provide automatic installer tools. You may use mod_php or mod_fastcgi to load PHP on Apache. If you use mod_php, you MUST use a TS build of Apache built with same version of Visual C and same CPU (x86 or x64). PHP Mailing Lists; php.install; Re: windows xp sp2 installation problems; Re: windows xp sp2 installation problems , > > I can't get PHP5.0 to work with apache 1 Installing PHP in IIS on Window platforms Many of us use PHP in windows platform and transfer the data / files to remote server. The advantage of PHP is, it works equally well in Win platform also. There are different ways to install PHP in a windows platform.
Apr 01, 2015 · I finally managed to install php 5.6.4 on windows xp. It was very tricky as the version of Apache on the link I posted above has some dependencies that I couldn't find even installing all of the Visual C++ runtime and updates I found. I did it by installing php from the link above and latest apache VC11 from apachelounge.
Install the Drivers. The Microsoft Drivers for PHP for SQL Server can be installed using the Web Platform Installer. To download and install the drivers manually instead, perform the following steps: Download and run the installation package from the appropriate link on the download page. Enter a directory to extract the package into when prompted.
Choose a web service extension name like 'PHP' and add your php.exe path in the 'file location' while adding the required file e.g. 'C:\php\php.exe' in the Add extension dialog box. Don't forget to 'Allow' the extension file. ii) Open php.ini file located at %systemroot%.
Unzip PHP zip file into c:\Program Files\php (or run the installer) Copy php5ts.dll into c:\windows\system32; Copy php.ini.dist into c:\windows and rename it to php.ini; Edit c:\windows\php.ini and look for extension dir - make it point to c:\Program Files\php\extensions (or wherever you put it)