That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Yes I do it on widows pc. The only problem is I don't have a mail server so when I reach a place where OSC want to send mail it create an error, but other then that it works..
Apache web server.
I also intalled PHPmyadmin to make database admin easier..
Just would like to add XAMPP:.
A.o.: MySQL phpMYAdmin PHP Apache.
Version for windows and linux available,.
Newest windows version is very easy to install..
If you're a Mac user with OSX it's out of the box with Apache.
You want php? click here:.
Wow .... the description seems very interresting .....
I am downloading it and will try it right now!..
Just tried EasyPHP to do a quick compare to XAMPP..
Maybe EasyPHP even is a tiny bit easyer to use than XAMPP (clicking on shortcuts i.s.o. clicking on ".bat" files to start and stop the applications). Seems that XAMPP has more features/packages included (which I will probably never use)..
I like that I can take the whole XAMPP installation move it elsewhere, run the install and in a few clicks it runs on the new drive/computer. I am taking it with me on a USB stick now, and all this without leaving a mess on the PC I used it on! Not sure if that's posssible with EasyPHP..
You still have to "reinstall" osC (=another few clicks), otherwise the absolute paths are wrong after the move..
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Is it possible to run and develop OSC on a desktop pc prior to uploading to the network?.
If so what programmes do I need to install on the desktop?.
Yes it is ... !.
If you are a *nix user, install all necessary servers and applications! :-).
If you are a windows user, download and install EasyPHP.
You will get an Apache Web Server with PHP support, MySQL and phpmyadmin to manage your databases! There are also other similar solutions, but that's the one I use! ;-).
If you are a Mac user .... I don't know ..... anybody??.