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Need advice from you coding gurus
I am currently working my way through a book on html and css... I bought a book on learning php and MySQL.. I plan on going through that next, after the css book.. It just dawned on me that trying to go through the book and use a hosted site to work on would be a 'royal' PITA.. So I need a server at home.. I am way broke (out of work contractor, trying to hold onto my home), so buying a new computer is not a likely scenario any time soon.. I have a G4 (dual 867mhz) I currently use for everything (OSX 10.3).. A G3 (500 mhz, OS9) iBook, a G3 (350 mhz, OS9) tower (in a box somewhere), and an old windows machine (I inherited it and have no idea of the specs.. it's also in a box somewhere).. I also have an old windows laptop somewhere... both of the windows mavhines I'm going to guess and say they're running windows 95... Are any of these machines useable as a server to run current versions of apache, php, and My SQL on? Obviously, I'd have to up the OS on the older ones (so I can run current generation browsers)... Ideally, I'd like to use the G3 tower for this... It's ethernet ready.. If possible, what do I do.. what minimum OS software do I need (according to the tech specs, Mac OS Leopard requires a G4 or newer)... One possibility I guess is to install leopard on My G4.. but even the 130 bucks for that will be difficult right now.. If I went that route, will I be able to use the computer as I normally would while running the server stuff, to surf the net, use the general apple apps, and the installed software I have on it? as understand it, Leopard some with server software preinstalled.... but like I said, I'd ideally like to use the G4 and not mess with my smoothly running G4.. But I do have a mostly empty 2nd HD on the G4.. So I guess I could back it up and wipe it and install leopard on that... Looking for a 'zero cost' solution for right now though (if one exists), with the machines I currently have, until I can afford a new MacBook later on down the road... suggestions???