Don't worry, it's easy to fix. Just open up httpd.conf (you can find it by going to Start->Find->Files and Folders) and scroll down to where the line starts with "ServerName." Then when you're there, it may say something. Delete what it says after ServerName (but still on the same line) and type 'localhost' .
That should fix it.
[This message has been edited by d3v (edited June 21, 2000).]
I can't possibly at all in my mind conceive why anyone would use Apache for win 98 !
After spending several hours trying to get it to work, I downloaded Omnihttpd
This works straight away !!! No configuration, no messing around, and it has php installed already !
I have one more question : does mySQL save the databases you have created in a certain file ? I ask this because I have downloaded and been using mySQL for win98. I thought it would be cool if I could create my entire database offline, then upload it to my UNIX server. Is that possible ?