> Probably, other than make sure you read the manuals, the main things are to
> install the three programs, and then test Apache by itself (can you see the
> Apache test page?), and then test PHP with Apache(a good test is
> phpinfo(). ) and finally get PHP to talk to PostgreSQL.
Don't forget there is a PGSQL support for PHP, if you compiled or
installed the package right you should see it listed in phpinfo.
There is also a PGSQL PHP list you will want to subscribe to if you
The two websites in my signature are exactly that, PGSQL, Apache and PHP
running under Debian.
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