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WampServer is a Windows web application environment. It installs Apache, MySQL, and PHP, plus helpful utilities such as phpMyAdmin.
Enabling content negotiation on an Apache web server using MultiViews.
How I set up Internet and Intranet sharing between two workstations, one Linux and one Windows. Guess which one gave me trouble.
Apache is often used as part of a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack to accommodate web applications such as a content management system or customer relation manager.