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Old 23rd February 2010, 06:25
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Default Need help in installing CentOS for local web server in Windows networking environment

Hello, I am new to Linux. You may say that I don't know anything about Linux, but I need to install a Linux web server only for local use in my office network and my office network is Windows networking environment using Windows Server 2003 and all other computers in my network are Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7). I need the web server to be PHP and MySQL enabled. I am using Linux CentOS 5.4.

I need this server to be up and running ASAP because I only have time to build a local website until March 18th 2010.

If anybody has a walkthrough or tutorial for installing the web server, I will be very grateful. Thanks.

Agustinus

Last edited by agustinus; 23rd February 2010 at 06:43. Reason: Mistake in message and title
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