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wow. so i was all excited when i finally got apache to run just how i wanted it to. then i installed php4, mysql, and phpmyadmin. now when i go ...
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    phpmyadmin problems


    wow. so i was all excited when i finally got apache to run just how i wanted it to. then i installed php4, mysql, and phpmyadmin. now when i go to x.x.x.x/phpmyadmin or localhost/phpmyadmin, i get a strange box telling me to download something.
    i assume that this is due to a configuration problem, since i recall one of my friends having this problem.

    any tips? im running debian sarge, apache2, php4, and most recent versions of mysql and phpmyadmin.

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    You've got Apache installed a as a package of the system but Apache is not seeing as it's not there in its config file. Search and read up on Google, there aer lots of tutorials/guides on how to setup Apache/PHP/MYSQL.
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