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How to bring up php website in CentOS linux ?

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Hi, Experts,
I am familiar with how to setup php web site running environment on windows with zend ce.
Now we want to migrate to CentOS linux environment.
I am a little feared about how to do that in linux environment. I have basic knowledge on linux and can excercise some linux command line. But really, I do not know how to setup the complete web site including: web server, mysql db, mysql management, php module, java environment etc.
Can you give some start point information for me to kick off the website migrating to linux?
Any information is appreciated!
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here is the link for detailed explanation about how to install Apache, PHP and Mysql from source

http://www.lamphowto.com/ 

Post any problem if you get stuck any place in between the installation
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This might help you: http://library.linode.com/lamp-guides/centos-6  It shows how to install things from the repositories.
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