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    php error on IIS

    Hi, Im trying to get php working on my home computer. ive installed mysql and php and im on win xp and IIS5.
    when I view a php page I get the error:
    No input file specified.
    Then when I refresh the page I get:
    PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 010A8CAE
    And then:
    PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 010A8CAEHTTP/1.1 500 Server Error Server: Microsoft-IIS/5.1 Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 19:49:46 GMT Content-Type: text/html Content-Length: 44 -2147417842 (0x8001010e)

    Can anyone tell me how I can get php pages working on IIS? I managed to install it on my work machine, but after much faffing about. In the end I put the isapi dll in my system32 folder and it worked.
    Any ideas?
    thanks.

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    Hi,
    Ive just been reading about WAMP (software for installing apache/mysql and php on windows). It looks good, has anyone had any experience with this software? Is it going to screw up my existing IIS server?
    thanks.

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    Hello,

    I would indeed run Apache for testing, especially if this is being used as a development environment and in production it'll be on Apache.

    However, I would not uninstall IIS. I don't know if you do ASP.NET development or anything but it could come in handy sometime.

    I would just install Apache under, say, port 8080. it should be pretty simple.

    I personally use XAMPP and would recommend it. I dont' know if there's an option to change the port, but if not it's a simple configuration change in httpd.conf.
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