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I am trying to use a paypal service for a subscription to my website I recieved a manual telling me to configure a apache configuration.How can I do that ? I also would like to know how to create a .htaccess file and what is that? I am really confused about a text file to.

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Well it would be better to use xampp it comes with all these features you just need to instal it and no need to configure any thing
you can download it from here http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/xampp/XAMPP%20Windows/1.7.2/xampp-win32-1.7.2.exe?use_mirror=nchc

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