PHP4 is a popular,
freely available web applications development tool.
PHP4 includes an HTML-embedded scripting
language and a server-side preprocessor that interprets the HTML-embedded
code in order to create dynamically generated web pages.
PHP4 also supports several databases, including
PostgreSQL, and is commonly
used for the development of database enabled web sites.
PHP4 is the newest version of PHP. It became available on May 22, 2000 and
offers improved performance, scalability, features, and extensibility.
Do the following, depending on your Virtual Server O/S.
FreeBSD & Solaris PHP 4.0.4
The best way to install PHP4 is to install the
mod_php4 Apache Module. PHP4 can also be installed as a
CGI to which PHP4 files are redirected by your Virtual Server web server. Choose one of these:
PHP4 is unavailable. Try PHP3.
If you don't know the Virtual Server O/S, try the following:
TWIG - Web-Based E-Mail and More
TWIG (The Web Information Gateway) is a powerful web-based intranet/groupware
tool and application framework. It is implemented using PHP, an HTML-embedded
scripting language, and the MySQL database application.
For additional information about PHP4, including documentation, see: