Just in case you've tried to install PHP/MySQL/Apache/phpMyAdmin on Windows and have a headache now, there's WAMP which does it all for you in a nice installer, the way mom used to make 'em.

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  1. A Quick tip. (Not sure if it's useful, but I feel I owe you a tip or two.)

    If you've never checked TinyWeb from RIT Labs, you may want to give it a try. I can't say I'd recommend it as a secure-outside-the-firewall Apache replacement, but I think it's great little server for behind the firewall (at home or at work); it's reliable, it has really a small footprint and setup is insanely easy. I use it mostly to serve up pages off my machine at the office.


    A guy from Minnesota who's going to try to make it to the next SIGGRAPH no matter what. :)