Apache,MySql,PHP on Windows vs. Linux
Crazy (possibly dumb) question here...
I have a site running apache, mysql, php in a Win2K environment.
Primary development is that env also. I also am setting up a linux box
(old laptop), to begin playing with Linux. I'd like to set it up
similiary with apache,mysql, php.
If I do that, and start doing some development there (Linux box) - can
I expect that when I move the php code to the windows box that it will
behave similarly as it did on Linux?
Anything to watch out for? I'm completely new to Linux...
thanks for your help...
For that you have to install php,mysql,a...from windows clients via mysql C-API , can I conent linux mysql server?
I use mysql latest version in my linux box.
In linux C programin , I can acess mySQL via mySQL C API.
I like to know, without using VCL componet from Client ( windows 2000 ) ,
Can I access linux mySQL server?
what I mean is , Can I use C-API from like windows C++ builder RAD tool to
connect linux mySQL server?
Any comment will help me!
Thanks a lot.
Have a day.
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| I use mysql latest version in my linux box.
| In linux C programin , I can acess mySQL via mySQL C API.
| I like to know,...How to keep update one Mysql database with another MySQL database?
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But I still think it is a little complex to judge which code I need to
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So, any good idea to do this job? Any tool I can use?
Water Lin wrote:
> I have two Mysql databases. One is the master and the other is slave.
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> Interesting article I found which compares performance between Windows
> and Linux on equivalent hardware.
> http://www.perftuning.c...Performance Windows vs Linux
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Marco A. Cruz
On 8/9/2013 1:15 PM, Marco A. Cruz Quevedo wrote:
> Hi everybody:
I know in mysql 5 you can get metadata from a database using the
How can this done in mysql version 4?
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> I know in mysql 5 you can get metadata from a database using the
> Information_Schema technique.
> How can this done in mysql version 4?
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...what is the difference between mysql and MySQL?
As some believe the two are not equal, what is the difference?
>As some believe the two are not equal, what is the difference?
Do you ever try and read what is written in this group?
From: "Denis McMahon" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2014 22:16:37 +0000 (UTC)
On Tue, 20 May 2014 02:24:39 -0400, richard wrote:
> As some believe the two are not equal, what is the difference?
I posted an explanation of this yesterday which you clearly have not