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Thread: [RESOLVED] Setting up Appache with PHP

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    resolved [RESOLVED] Setting up Appache with PHP

    I've set up the latest Apache with latest PHP but when starting Apache I get next error

    PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library C:/PHP/php_mysql.dll' - Invalid access to memory location.

    I'll look into it, but any help welcome in the meanwile
    Last edited by Nightcat; 02-22-2009 at 08:37 PM.

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    Also, all the PHP files have been downloaded in the ZIP folder, so none of them is missing

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    Why have you not used an installer? xampp wamp
    Your problem can have several reasons, including insufficient memory. If this is the case there are several 'light' versions available.

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    tell us more about the system, is it 32 bit or 64 bit; what version of PHP?

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    The system is WinXP 32bit with Dual core Athlon64 and 2gig of RAM

    Apache2.2, PHP5.2.8.8

    I never use any of the preset packages as I usualy don't have any problems setting up an Appache, this time round I also wanted it to serve ASP.NET pages, but came unstuck already on PHP

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    so i did a bit of snooping around. would you mind posting your entire PHP.INI file?

    Edit, also found this which might describe your situation. http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=41825

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    Thanks for the replies

    I installed Xamp and got on with the work

    Also have ASP.NET running on my machine now

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