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Jul 8, 2001, 21:38 #26
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Yes you can run Apache on your PC, and I presume by that you mean under Windows. http://www.apache.org/
And from I think I understand most if not all, mysqladmin, dbtools, mysqlfront can't connect to the remote because they can't so dumping is used?
Would I have Apache, MySQL and etc, etc installed on my PC then build it all, check it, and then dump it onto my remote Linux?
$REMOTE_ADDR is a bad example really, because locally it is always going to be 127.0.0.1 anyway But server side, it should not be this.