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Apache for windows 98

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Hi,

I trying to install a web server on my home PC, Apache has been recommended to me. I am currently running windows 98, will Apache work on this OS and can it run multiple websites. I am unsure what version I will need, and would I need something called win32?
My website are static, there's no search faility just basic stuff. Alot of people mention MySQL, that is not appropriate for me - right?

I welcome your advice, and look forward from hearing from you.
regards Mr Athwal

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Apache runs fine on Win98. Sets up in no time and can run multiple sites. You can get the win32 version at : http://httpd.apache.org/docs/windows.html
You will not need MySQL unless you need to run MySQL databases.
Good luck.
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