Support » Installing WordPress » “newest” versions of apache, mysql & php supported?

  • zygote

    (@zygote)


    I’ve searched the forums abit and found plenty on the oldest version WordPress 2.03 supports, but nothing about the latest version supported.

    I have to start from scratch after an OS upgrade gone wrong (worst.day.ever) and have thought about using MySQL 5.0.22, PHP 5 and Apache 2. Empasis on thinking. I’m a bit afraid of Apache 2 and have reservations about PHP 5…oh, heck it is all nervous nellying me.

    Any suggestions thoughts or should I just keep my power dry with Apache 1.3 and the 4.x series of MySQL and PHP. Many thanks.

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  • ryoken

    (@ryoken)

    I’ve installed wordpress on a Debian machine that grabs the latest versions (in Debian testing) of the three daily and never had a problem so far. I had to shut the machine down for the summer though, so possibly anything after June may (but probably won’t) have some issues.

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    It works fine with the latest versions of all three. I recommend using those latest versions, in point of fact.

    pant_deepak

    (@pant_deepak)

    I am using following softwares on Windows XP SP2
    Apache 2.2, PHP5.2, WordPress2.0.3, MySQL 5.0.

    Except for wordpress everything else works fine. I get wp-config.php missing error for which I have started a separate post.

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