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Old 3rd May 2005, 01:26 PM
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PHPEclipse and Apache on Fedora Core 3


My Windows version of Apache 1.3.29 (for development of PHP 4x on my localhost) is giving me too much trouble, I'm having to re-install it more often now. I'm stuck with this version of Apache because that's what the web host uses (I don't have a choice with web hosts because it's not my site).

I've recently done a Workstation instal of Fedora Core 3 on my other hard drive. Would this version of Apache be more stable on Fedora? I've been using the PHPEclipse plugin with Eclipse on Windows. I notice there's 3 Linux versions of Eclipse list at:


Would I need the "Linux (x86/GTK 2)" version of Eclipse? I have a Pentium 2-350 with 448Mb of PC-100 SDRAM.

I know there's probably other ide's/development tools I could use for PHP on Fedora but it's an emergency (I need to put up a new blog for the web site) and I don't want to cope with learning too much at once. We recently officially started learning to use Fedora in my IT class.



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