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Old 11-09-2012, 02:46 AM
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What is the best way for me to make a local server on PC-BSD. This is for the execution and test web application Ex: cms, erp, crm etc ... Before going on the external server.
I look under appcafe but I'm not sure to find a PBI complete as * xammp or easyphp *

I must understand that I have to install the trio * apache, mysql and php * and configure it manual.

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Probably the easiest way is to grab 9.1 and use "Warden" to create a
jail. In the warden GUI you can select those packages and it'll install
them to the jail for you.
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Okay! Thank you Kris .. I'll wait for the next release to test it.

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