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PHP is a wide-spread, high-level interpreted programming language. The main area for its application is the Web. But it can also be used on the command line to write “offline” programs.



10.04 Lucid and above

Simply install the following package(s):

There are some additional packages, providing special functionality:

There are even more extensions and packages. To list them, open a terminal and run:

apt-cache search ^php5-
Apache integration

To enable your Apache HTTP Server to execute PHP scripts, see mod_php5.


5.0 Lenny and above

See the Ubuntu instructions, it is exactly the same on Debian.

See also

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