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Setup help for PHP 64bit binaries [message #179416] Wed, 24 October 2012 12:54 Go to next message
Mark is currently offline  Mark
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I have a web server running Apache on a windows 7 64bit workstation.
I want to get PHP running so I can run phpbb.

I see there are MSI installers for the x86 version and there are
manual install instructions for the same but nothing on Anindya's Blog
for installing the 64bit stuff.

Can someone point me to the instructions for getting the 64bit
conversion running? I am a new to the PHP stuff so I guess I am
getting lost or missing something obvious trying to get it running.

Thanks
Re: Setup help for PHP 64bit binaries [message #179417 is a reply to message #179416] Wed, 24 October 2012 14:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2012-10-24, Mark <crnook(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> I see there are MSI installers for the x86 version and there are
> manual install instructions for the same but nothing on Anindya's Blog
> for installing the 64bit stuff.

If this is just for a class or for testing scripts, the x86 version will
work fine. The only difference I can think of right now is that the time()
function will only support dates between 1970 and 2038.

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Re: Setup help for PHP 64bit binaries [message #179419 is a reply to message #179417] Wed, 24 October 2012 15:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Oct 24, 11:45 am, Salvatore <s...@yojimbo.hack.invalid> wrote:
> On 2012-10-24, Mark <crn...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I see there are MSI installers for the x86 version and there are
>> manual install instructions for the same but nothing on Anindya's Blog
>> for installing the 64bit stuff.
>
> If this is just for a class or for testing scripts, the x86 version will
> work fine. The only difference I can think of right now is that the time()
> function will only support dates between 1970 and 2038.
>
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> Blah blah bleh...
> GCS/CM d(-)@>-- s+:- !a C++$ UBL++++$ L+$ W+++$ w M++ Y++ b++

Is there any issues running PHP x32 with Apache x64?

This is just for a home web server to host a couple bulletin boards
for friends and family.
Re: Setup help for PHP 64bit binaries [message #179420 is a reply to message #179416] Wed, 24 October 2012 17:05 Go to previous message
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On 10/24/2012 12:54 PM, Mark wrote:
> I have a web server running Apache on a windows 7 64bit workstation.
> I want to get PHP running so I can run phpbb.
>
> I see there are MSI installers for the x86 version and there are
> manual install instructions for the same but nothing on Anindya's Blog
> for installing the 64bit stuff.
>
> Can someone point me to the instructions for getting the 64bit
> conversion running? I am a new to the PHP stuff so I guess I am
> getting lost or missing something obvious trying to get it running.
>
> Thanks
>

Mark, setting up 64 bit PHP should be pretty much the same as x86. It's
pretty much a recompile of the same code (with a few differences for the
larger word size).

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