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Thread: how do i share files between two pc,s

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    running xp ..

    will also be running PHP ,MySQL ,Apache Server

    thanks

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    how do i share files between two pc,s
    A shared network folder? Simple Socket File Transfer?
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    Dropbox with the LAN option ticked, in case they are in the LAN.
    Last edited by Cabalo; 12-01-2010 at 04:07 PM.

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    the thing is i don't have the second pc ..

    i was trying to setup a server and a client to learn php or asp .. a few basic things ..

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    lol...

    let me give you quick basics if you want to fool around with them.
    First you don't need php for mysql to host files. Apache can handle that, alone. Apache is the webserver. It serves what already there to other guys.

    Apache is a genious when it comes to handling connections and stuff, its mod rewrite is awesome as vodoo. But it only serves the existing content. If you want a basic html site with few pages it can handle, but if want something fancy, with a working backbone, something can take orders and create pages, something that process info, you need more than apache.

    PHP and MySQL comes in for this. PHP is a programming language(embedded scripting lang.) and MySQL is a database that helps php. For example a webstore without php needs a separate page for every product for apache, but php need only one product page pattern and the info of other products. PHP can apply the product info to that page pattern to generate the requested page. and MySQL is the sidekick of php and extremely helpful in many tasks.
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    Simply Install "xAMPp" and u are ready to go.....

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    1 gb/s server, ftp client, firewall ... you have a modem don't you?
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    forget the easyPHP or xAMPp, forget the WAMP stacks, if you want to learn , you need to build your own LAMP stack, by hand.
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    Burn it on a DVD, tie the DVD to a pigeon's back and send the pigeon over.
    Last edited by Stinson; 12-07-2010 at 11:09 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expeto View Post
    forget the easyPHP or xAMPp, forget the WAMP stacks, if you want to learn , you need to build your own LAMP stack, by hand.
    neah, I think for learning xampp is the best as xampp is easiest to handle.. right?

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